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Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
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Art Events - Melanie Moore, Huguette Despault May and More

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July 20. ArtWalk on the Harbor from HarborWalk Village to AJ’s, 1-5 p.m., with over 40 local and regional artists and vendors. FREE and open to the public. www.ArtWalkontheHarbor.com.

July 23. Arts and Design Society Luncheon at the Art Center Gallery, Fort Walton Beach, 11:30 a.m. Join theatrical designer Mary Kay Samouce, who will demonstrate her jewelry-making artistry. Cost is $12—make your reservations no later than July 21 by calling Stephanie at (850) 682-8827 or emailing adsorsvp@gmail.com. 

Through July 31. Arts and Design Society (ADSO) Window Gallery Display at the Art Center Gallery, Fort Walton Beach. This month, the spotlight falls on Anna Anderson, who works in clay.

Through July 31. “A Continuous Mark” at Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries, Niceville. This nationally touring show features the works of Huguette Despault May and Kathleen Elliot. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays and 6-7:30 p.m. July 16-19 during performances of Northwest Florida State College’s summer musical Spamalot. Call (850) 729-6044 or email ArtGalleries@nwfsc.edu for more info.

Aug. 1. “Remembering Ena” Reception at Arts and Design Society Art Center, Fort Walton Beach, 6-8 p.m. This event is in honor of Ena Fagan, a longtime ADSO member and supporter who died earlier this year. For more info, call (850) 244-1271.

Through Aug. 25. Melanie Moore Exhibit at Northwest Florida State College South Walton Center, Santa Rosa Beach. Moore is the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County’s 2013 Top of the Class award winner.

MORE: Melanie Moore Solo Exhibit

Through Sept. 6. “Art Calusa: Reflections on Representation” at the Indian Temple Mound Museum, Fort Walton Beach. Featuring eight Florida artists’ depictions of the state’s indigenous peoples with a focus on the Calusa Indians’ period of contact with early European explorers. Museum hours are 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Call (850) 833-9595 for more info.