'Formstone' award winner is a rock of arts community

April 08, 2007|By Stephanie Shapiro | Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Reporter

When Nancy Haragan was growing up in Louisville, Ky., she and her five siblings were introduced by their mother to a world in which the arts, civil rights, faith and civic responsibility merged into a way of life that left no possibility behind.

They took painting classes at the library, saw the city come to terms with school integration, and met the women their mother taught at the Spalding University program she established for returning students.

THE MARQUEE BALL / / 9 p.m. Saturday / / Creative Alliance at the Patterson / / 410-276-1651 or creativealliance.org

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