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Duke Clinics Exhibit: Clay Transformations by Siglinda Scarpa

Detail from Lets Go! by Eleatta Diver
Tuesday, November 06, 2018
All Day
Siglinda Scarpa / Goat House Refuge
Arts & Health Exhibit Series

Arts & Health at Duke presents
Clay Transformations by Siglinda Scarpa

November 6, 2018 - January 16, 2019

Morrison Exhibit Space,
Near Clinic 1D,
Duke Clinics Building

Siglinda Scarpa is an accomplished clay artist living in Pittsboro, NC. In 2008, she founded Goat House Refuge, a cat sanctuary that cares for abandoned and lost cats until they can be found permanent homes. Not all cats find permanent homes, but instead live out their lives freely at Goat House Refuge.

All profits from this exhibit support these efforts.

For more information about this exhibit, or to purchase works, please contact:
Jennifer Collins-Mancour

For more information about
Goat House Refuge visit their website at

These exhibit is free and open to the public.