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Thursday, October 6, 2011

FU: A reception, and an appeal

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Fayetteville Underground opens its October shows tonight with a reception from 5-9 p.m., as part of Fayetteville's First Thursday events. It also opens a campaign, "Save the Fayetteville Underground, so it can move from the basement level of East Square Plaza. There are redevelopment plans for the building and the non-profit will have to move when its lease expires in January. Go here for information on how to support the FU and more details about this month's exhibits.

October shows at the FU: "Life's Little Cakes — Architectural Elements," ceramics by Kelley Hatfield Wilks, Revolver Gallery; "Set My Watch Against the City Clock," photography by Sabine Schmidt, Vault, "Animal Technology," paintings by Becki Lamascus and jewelry by Grace Horan in the Hive; and "Metal Transactions," jewelry and wall hangings by Teresa Hall in the E Street Gallery.

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