Eriestock at the Urraro Gallery Artist Collective

Categories:  Events    Arts & Culture/Entertainment
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 at 8:45 AM

Local musicians, bands and the Erie music scene, past and present, get their due at Eriestock, a show at the newly reconfigured Urraro Gallery Artist Collective. Artwork tied to the music scene, whether it be gig posters, logo designs, and more will pay tribute to that rich history.

The multimedia show features two-dimensional screen-printing, photography, drawing, and digital works. Some pieces were created in collaboration with local bands specifically for the show.

The Collective is operated by a group of artists who wish to support emerging and underground artists in all media. Appropriately, the evening will also include an open mic to give new musical talent a chance to introduce themselves to the crowd.

Eriestock will be on exhibit for about three weeks after the opening, with viewings by appointment only. Call Michelle Betancourt at 419.508.4053 to arrange a viewing or for more information about the opening. – Mary Birdsong

Opens Thursday, July 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. // 134 W. 14th St. // BYOB with proper ID 

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