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Tri State Artist Exhibition Opens September 6
The Tri-State Arts Association has been in existence since 1953. The association was formed “to encourage and promote a public interest in and understanding of all schools of art, and to create and develop a closer relationship between art and the community." The Huntington Museum of Art has been showcasing work by members of the Tri-State Arts Association since 1959.