Thursday, November 1, 2012

Gallery 360 open house tonight

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Sabrina Zarco's community altar at Gallery 360.
  • Sabrina Zarco's community altar at Gallery 360.

Sabrina Zarcos community altar at Gallery 360.
  • Sabrina Zarco's community altar at Gallery 360.

Gallery 360, the new occupant of what was once Gallery B at 900 S. Rodney Parham, is holding an open house from 6 to 10 p.m. tonight for its "Dia de los Muertos" exhibition.

The show features altars, paintings, quilts, sculptures and jewelry dedicated to the dead by 15 artists: Patricia Anders, Steph Brouwers, Nina Culpepper, Danette Devlin, Lynn Frost, Chris Gladney, James Hayes, Jay King, Art McCobb, Donna Peterson, Byron Werner, Kelley Naylor Wise, Wade Wise, Catherine Zacchino and Sabrina Zarco.

Twenty-five percent of proceeds from sales will benefit the Arkansas Foodbank. Non-perishable food items will also be accepted at the door. The show runs through Nov. 11; gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

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