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Posted: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 7:35 am

The 27th Avenue Solid Waste Management Facility in Phoenix isn’t where most people go for inspiration.

But Ann Morton proves one person’s trash can truly be another person’s treasure with “Re-Thanks,” a project she created as part of a city of Phoenix Arts and Culture Public Art Residency. The project will be on display at “Tikkun Olam – Repairing the World: Engaging a New Generation,” the second in a series of three exhibitions at the Arizona Jewish Historical Society (AZJHS).

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