Retirement party today for fine arts center education director
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Barbara Slavik is stepping down as education director at the Fine Arts Center in Port Angeles, but she will continue to create at her home studio.
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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Slavik is retiring from the center — but not from the art community.
“I have mixed emotions,” Slavik, 63, said last Friday, her final day of work.
“This has been my life for so long,” she said, though adding, “I'm looking forward to getting back to my own work.”
“My first thing will be to fix up my studio,” Slavik said.
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