Perspectives is an on ongoing series of interviews and check-ins with recipients of our Artist Research and Development Grant (ARDG). Today we speak with 2015 ARDG recipient Paul Nosa (AKA, P.Nosa) of Tucson.

For more information about Paul Nosa and his Arizona Sewing Tour, click here.

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