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Friday, October 9, 2015

Multiple exposure to art: Kat Wilson, EMILE, African American Studio Photography

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click to enlarge "Pool 360," Kat Wilson. And yes, this is how the photograph is oriented on Wilson's website, katwilsonartist.com.
  • "Pool 360," Kat Wilson. And yes, this is how the photograph is oriented on Wilson's website, katwilsonartist.com.


click to enlarge "In Memory of John Joe," from the Joshua and Mary Swift Collection.
  • "In Memory of John Joe," from the Joshua and Mary Swift Collection.
Many venues, many artists: The Arkansas Capital Corp., Historic Arkansas Museum, Butler Center, Cox Creative Center and Gallery 221 are open tonight from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for 2nd Friday Art Night gallery-goers, who'll see several new exhibitions.

HAM, 200 E. Third St., opens "Layers," multiple exposure photographs by Northwest Arkansas photog Kat Wilson, and will serve Diamond Bear Beers and,finger foods by The Veg. The duo Phil G & Lori Marie will perform. The Cox Center, 120 River Market Ave., opens the “Mid-Southern Watercolorists Special Open Membership Exhibition." 

“Photographic Arts: African American Studio Photography,” on loan from the Joshua and Mary Swift Collection, opens at the Butler Center, 401 President Clinton Ave., where Titus Payne will perform. Two shows by Jennifer EMILE Freeman, “Two Boobs Think Pink,” in time for the Komen Race for the Cure, and “From the Ground Up,” are at Gallery 221, 2nd and Center streets, and Arkansas Capital Corp., 200 River Market Ave., continues "Unresolved Spaces,” sculpture by Patrick Fleming, and “Infiniti No. 1,” graphic work by Christa Marquez.

The rubber-wheeled trolley will offer transport between venues.

While you are in the neighborhood, also check out the new show of paintings and mixed media work by Diane Harper at Christ Church, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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