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Cowboy artists aided by Coors.

Coors Brewing Co. has donated a grant to the Cowboy Artists Museum to partially fund the group's principal exhibition of 1992.

"CA Storytellers: The Narrative Tradition in Western Art," will provide a combination of the artists' work as well as their own description of the event portrayed. The art exhibited with stories and poems provide the artists' personal views of life in the West.

"The Cowboy Artists and CAA Museum pay tribute to the great American West through their art, " commented Marvin "Swede" Johnson, Coors' vice president. "Coors, a native of the West, is proud to be a part of their efforts to keep the heritage and tradition of the West alive. "
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Title Annotation:Cowboy Artists Museum; Adolph Coors Co.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Jun 15, 1992
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