Here Today Gone Tomorrow…

Here Today Gone Tomorrow…

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By Jud Yalkut On Friday, October 1 from 5 to 10 p.m., the first in a series of four exhibitions entitled “Here Today Gone Tomorrow” will be held in a space above the Southern Belle, 134 N. Patterson Blvd., as part of First Friday. The collective show of Dayton artists Netta Bits, Todd Hall, Mary Ann Kirk and Patrick Mauk (his painting “Catastrophe” shown) will also include works by invited artists Ryan McCullough and Emily Trick. Responding to the tenuous atmosphere created in our community by the current economic crisis and the need for public participation in the local arts, these core artists progressed from a drawing group two years ago to plan this series of grassroots events called “Untitled.” Plans for future exhibitions will continue focusing on transforming vacant spaces into one-day gallery spaces. This event is free and light refreshments will be served. For information call Patrick Mauk at (937) 510-5666 or e-mail him at phmauk@hotmail.com.

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