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Thursday, January 2, 2014

Gallery 26 open tonight for 1st Thurs

Posted By on Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 4:51 PM

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I enjoy the way Gallery 26 writes its press releases. (Actually, I believe a person, and not the gallery, is the author, but you know what I mean.) In any case, here's the announcement for tonight's First Thursday Shop 'n' Sip in Hillcrest:

If you're feeling a little listless after all the festivities and would like one last refrain before the sounds of the season disappear into the humming quotidian, then you're in luck! Today is First Thursday in Hillcrest. We'll be open late till 8 dispensing the last of the sugar cookies and Advil. Come on out for one last Hurrah (or the first one of 2014) and see the Holiday show that's still churning out goodness. Not enough? There's still Russian Christmas waiting for you on January 7th! С Рождеством Христовым товарищ!


The "Holiday Show" features work in all media, including ornaments and clothing, by more than 70 Arkansas artists (as the image above illustrates). It goes down Jan. 11. Bundle up and enjoy; the gallery is at 2601 Kavanaugh, next to Twenty One Restaurant.

 

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