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"Toys"

December 2, 2009
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Dec. 4
ArtBox Gallery

Twenty artists have each been asked to create a singe piece of art based on the theme “Toys.” Their creations should make the Artbox Gallery at the Stutz II building a great place to launch a journey through the December edition of the monthly First Friday downtown gallery tour.

Other potentially interesting stops: Dean Johnson Gallery features three designers approaching the vase, the urn and furniture; the Harrison Center for the Arts hosts the color-themed “Black and White and Read All Over;” and G.C. Lucas Gallery, for its final opening on Mass Ave., features “Exploring New Ways,” which includes paintings and solar-plate etchings by Montana artists Nicholas Oberling and Jennifer Li.

Details on “Toys” here. For a full First Friday rundown, click here.

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