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July Art Walk offers last chance to view exhibit | News

Norman’s 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk returns this Friday, giving the community a last chance to see MAINSITE Art Gallery’s popular exhibit, “The Left Hand of Liminality.”

The walk runs from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Walker Arts District of downtown Norman. “The Left Hand of Liminality,” an exhibit from Denise Duong and Gabriel Fiedman, will have a closing reception at MAINSITE Friday.

Art walk visitors can also expect live music at BIG Brewing Company, Gray Owl, Sergio’s Italian Bistro and SCRATCH Kitchen & Cocktails.

Event Director Cher Duncan said the art walk has had a consistently positive turnout

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Photos: NYC’s Early ’80s Music Scene Revisited At New MCNY Exhibit

There have been few more dynamic periods in New York City musical history than the 1980s, when a wide variety of artists across an even wider number of genres—punk, pop, hip-hop, salsa, jazz and more—pushed the boundaries of culture amidst a city teetering on the brink of chaos. Whether it was Madonna making her debut at Danceteria, Blondie inspiring Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, experimental artists such as Laurie Anderson briefly breaking through to the mainstream, or beloved weirdos such as the Talking Heads and Cyndi Lauper dominating MTV, NYC-based musicians were everywhere and trying everything.

This creatively fertile

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Summer of baseball and love on exhibit

With summer almost here (even though it feels like it is), Worcester Art Museum and Loading Dock Gallery at Lowell’s Western Avenue Studios celebrate two beloved seasonal traditions — baseball and marriage — in their latest exhibitions.

“The Iconic Jersey: Baseball X Fashion,” running at WAM from June 12 to Sept.12, explores ways the baseball jersey has become an emblem of American culture over the past 170 years, a trend that extends beyond a sports uniform to inspire fashion trends and serve as a means of everyday, individual self-expression.

The show, the first museum exhibit to focus specifically on the

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West Riverside fourth-graders show off skills with photography exhibit

From outdoor landscapes to family photos, a series of photographs taken by West Riverside Elementary School fourth-graders were put on display at The Jessie Ball duPont Center last weekend. 

The exhibit was part of a grant-funded project provided by the Jacksonville Public Education Fund to Abby Solano, a teacher at the school’s Spanish and English dual language program. 

Solano was named the inaugural winner of the Wolfburg Fellowship for Social Justice in Education. The fellowship helped her purchase cameras for her students, bring in a professional photographer to speak to her class, lead a photography field trip to the downtown

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