EAM Mid-Day Art Break Kicks Off with Steve Trohoske and Tony Grey, Follows up with World Refugee Day

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Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 at 8:15 AM
EAM Mid-Day Art Break Kicks Off with Steve Trohoske and Tony Grey, Follows up with World Refugee Day by Lauren Griffith

You know the feeling — it is the middle of the week and Friday still couldn’t seem any further away. The Mid-Day Art Break at the Erie Art Museum is exactly what you are missing. The series offers live music from artists, and free gallery tours.

June 10’s performance is Steven Trohoske and Tony Grey, which will showcase a new take to modern jazz. The following Wednesday will feature refugee performers from around the world, in accordance with the celebration of World Refugee Day, which celebrates by recognizing and paying tribute to the work of refugees

The Erie Art Museum can also be your new summer destination for Wednesday’s lunch. Don’t want to brown-bag it to work? The Wave Café at the Erie Art Museum will take care of that for you. ­ — Lauren Griffith

Noon to 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 10 and 17 // patio of 20 E. Fifth St. // erieartmuseum.org

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