EVENTS

EVENTS

Feb
13
Tue
Definition of METAL: a visual art exhibit featuring Tom Dawson, Al Frega, Joe Galas, Jackie McLeod and Renee Leverty @ Pleiades Gallery
Feb 13 – Feb 25 all-day

Pleiades Gallery in Durham presents Definition of METAL, a visual art exhibit featuring Tom Dawson, Al Frega, Joe Galas, Jackie McLeod and Renee Leverty; 2. Metal – of various opaque, fusible, ductile, and typically lustrous substances that are good conductors of electricity and heat, form cations by loss of electrons, and yield basic oxides and hydroxides. This exhibit runs February 1-25. Join us for the reception Friday, February 16, from 6-9 pm. In addition, this will be a reception for Electric Avenue. What do the words “Electric Avenue” bring to mind? Bright lights? Big cities? Or perhaps the early 1980’s hit song written by Eddy Grant in response to a south London riot. The Pleiades artists are aglow as they present works inspired by the concept of “Electric Avenue.” This exhibit runs from February 8- March 31, with public receptions from 6-9pm on February 16 and March 16.

Hours for Pleiades Gallery are Thurs., noon-7, Fri., noon-8, Sat., noon-8, and Sun., noon-3.

Feb
16
Fri
Public Reception for Definition of METAL, a visual art exhibit featuring Tom Dawson, Al Frega, Joe Galas, Jackie McLeod and Renee Leverty @ Pleiades Gallery
Feb 16 all-day

Pleiades Gallery in Durham invites the public to a reception for Definition of METAL, a visual art exhibit featuring Tom Dawson, Al Frega, Joe Galas, Jackie McLeod and Renee Leverty. Metal – of various opaque, fusible, ductile, and typically lustrous substances that are good conductors of electricity and heat, form cations by loss of electrons, and yield basic oxides and hydroxides. This exhibit runs February 1-25. Join us for the reception Friday, February 16, from 6-9 pm. In addition, this will be a reception for Electric Avenue. What do the words “Electric Avenue” bring to mind? Bright lights? Big cities? Or perhaps the early 1980’s hit song written by Eddy Grant in response to a south London riot. The Pleiades artists are aglow as they present works inspired by the concept of “Electric Avenue.” This exhibit runs from February 8 – March 31, with public receptions from 6-9pm on February 16 and March 16.

For more information, contact Renee Leverty. Hours for Pleiades Gallery are Thurs., noon-7, Fri., noon-8, Sat., noon-8, and Sun., noon-3.