MEET THE ARTISTS' XXIV Gala on February 18, 2012 ___ Artist Valerie Clark-Tate:

This Video was Created and Uploaded by IMCPLibrary , For Meet-the-Artists 24, Indianapolis Public Library: Television Production for "Between The Lines."



Artist Valerie Clark-Tate discusses her hand-crafted jewelry at The Indianapolis Public Library's Meet-the-Artists XXIV Gala where it was displayed during the exhibition's run and for the Gala Celebration on February 18, 2012.


The Meet-the-Artists XXIV Exhibition continues thru the month of March at Central, Indianapolis Marion County Public Library (IMCPL).

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