Fourteen Locations Welcome After-hours Visitors to Gallery Night

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Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016 at 11:30 AM
Fourteen Locations Welcome After-hours Visitors to Gallery Night by Matt Swanseger

Friday, Dec. 2

Show up to an art exhibition after hours on most nights and you might be classified a burglar. Show up to an art exhibition after hours on Gallery Night and you will likely be considered a welcome guest. Just a word of warning if you were to scheme a heist on this particular evening – accepting hospitality in a catsuit may reflect poorly on you. Not to mention your suction mitts may compromise your ability to graze and sip – and consequently detect tannins (gauche save your soul).

Show up to an art exhibition after hours on Gallery Night and you will likely be considered a welcome guest.

I’m sorry if that’s too bitterly astringent for you to swallow – there will be other times to slink and/or skulk. Gallery Night is intended to be an open interchange between artists and those who would interpret, appreciate, or even acquire it (through non-illicit means, of course). Step out of the shadows and into the light to discuss, debate, inquire, or simply admire the offerings of 14 local galleries/studios, including Erie Art Museum, Glass Growers Gallery, Erie Arts & Culture, and Radius CoWork Gallery. Your presence would do well to enhance the composition of the scene. – Matt Swanseger

7 to 10 p.m. // Various locations throughout the Erie area // Visit erieartmuseum.org or call 459.5477 for details.

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