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Thursday, July 2, 2009

How to Choose?

Wow. If you're not headed out of town for the 4th - there is a fantastic new line up of Art show openings (and a few closing) for Art Murmur Friday night. I've listed a few options below - but there are a ton more. Just get out and walk around, see what you find. Here's the map. Enjoy!

Our World, Through Our Eyes
by Digital Storytelling Photography Students, College Track Oakland
414 14th St. at Broadway
(with music & hors d'oeurves)
5 to 8 pm

Help Me Remember How Beautiful the World Is
YaChin Bonny You
a series of drawings that serve as a visual aid to hep us notice the small and the beautiful in everyday life
6602 San Pablo Ave.
7 to 9 pm

"just because there are questions,
does not mean there are answers"

Joy Fritz, Sam Lopes, Matthew Momchilov, Matthew Pawlowski, Erik Scollon
The drawings and mixed media artifacts in the exhibition are a result of the artists' use of games to stay inspired and connected to their queer histories and futures.
6608 San Pablo Ave.

Bay Area Currents 2009
Selections by Kevin B. Chen, Intersection for the Arts
Pro Arts at Oakland Art Gallery
150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland
(Entrance on Kahn's Alley, Off Broadway at 15th St.)
Open till 9pm

Fascination: Revealing Women
Photographs by Myles Boisen
A solo gallery show at Cricket Engine Project Space
499 Embarcadero Bldg #3 in Oakland, CA
(5th Avenue and Embarcadero by the 880 freeway)
Closing reception: 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.

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