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Familiar Strangers: Vernacular Photography

5-7 pm, May 16, 2014 | free
 

Become the detective when viewing photographs of unknown origin. Through May 23



Where: Matthews Gallery
Phone: 992-2882
Address:
669 Canyon Road

87501

 

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Bill Ray: My Life in Photography

Friday, Nov 28, 2014
Former LIFE staff photographer and Smithsonian, Fortune and Newsweek freelancer Ray never shied away from an assignment. Through Jan. 18
5-7 pm | free

Monroe Gallery of Photography

112 Don Gaspar Ave.
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Circus Luminous

Friday, Nov 28, 2014

Wise’s Fool’s Cirque du Soleil-likened performance features tumbling, silks and other feats.

7 pm | $10-$30

Lensic Performing Arts Center

211 W San Francisco St.
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Web | Map

Haterkids

Friday, Nov 28, 2014
Bug out to rad electronic music by DJs Billiam and cp_squared at the one-year anniversary of their monthly parties.
9 pm | no cover

The Matador

116 W San Francisco St.
Map

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Also At Matthews Gallery

Saved from the Fire

Friday, Dec 12, 2014
Explore the life and death of Alfred Morang, a local legend of Bohemian culture, through a collection of artifacts rescued from his tragic 1958 studio fire. Through Dec 26
5-7 pm | free

Matthews Gallery

669 Canyon Road
Map

Saved from the Fire

Saturday, Dec 13, 2014
Explore the life and death of Alfred Morang, a local legend of Bohemian culture, through a collection of artifacts rescued from his tragic 1958 studio fire. Through Dec 26
gallery hours | free

Matthews Gallery

669 Canyon Road
Map

Saved from the Fire

Sunday, Dec 14, 2014
Explore the life and death of Alfred Morang, a local legend of Bohemian culture, through a collection of artifacts rescued from his tragic 1958 studio fire. Through Dec 26
gallery hours | free

Matthews Gallery

669 Canyon Road
Map
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