Erie Art Museum Presents Mid-day Art Break with Zack Orr

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Wednesday, July 8th, 2015 at 8:15 AM
Erie Art Museum Presents Mid-day Art Break with Zack Orr by Alex Bieler
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The Erie Art Museum isn’t just for visual art. Thanks to the museum’s Mid-day Art Break, you can hear works from some of Erie’s finest musicians, including Zack Orr.

Orr will be putting on a display of his intricately crafted ambient folk rock on the museum’s Fifth Street patio, an hour-long performance starting at noon Friday, July 8 that conveniently fits right into your lunch break. And while lovely weather is surely welcome, it’s hard to beat hearing Orr’s “Storm of the Century” right downtown, a display of musical art for the wonderful price of zero bucks. – Alex Bieler

Noon to 1 p.m. // 20 E. Fifth St. // erieartmuseum.org

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