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Friday, November 12, 2010

2nd Friday Art Night: Hearne, HAM, ASI

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Diana Ashleys A Man Named Clare
  • Diana Ashley's "A Man Named Clare"

Perfect weather today for strolling or rolling (on the Art Night trolley) through 2nd Friday Art Night galleries. At Arkansas Studies Institute: the new show is the Arkansas architects' “2010 Design Awards Exhibition.” Bookending this post are images from HAM's new exhibit, "All in the Touch," featuring sculpture by Diana B. Ashley and multimedia by Scinthya Edwards; Velvet Kente will provide music. And Hearne Fine Art opens the show I wrote about here recently, "Pioneers of the Paint: Masters of the 19th Century," work by Edward Michael Bannister, Charles Ethan Porter, Robert Scott Duncanson and Henry Ossawa Tanner. 2nd Friday runs 5 to 8 p.m.

Scinthya Edwards Understanding
  • Scinthya Edwards' "Understanding"

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