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Opening Reception for “Those Who Hold Dominion Here”

Crosstown Arts

“Those Who Hold Dominion Here” by Sarah Elizabeth Cornejo takes inspiration from serpents in Incan Mythology, and Southern snakes to create a liminal space at the center of the earth presided over by deities capable of transgressing the boundary between this subterranean spiritual realm and our current lived reality.

Opening Reception for “Mending in a State of Abundance”

Crosstown Arts

“Mending in a State of Abundance” explores the emotional and physical labor of repair, offering an alternative response to the modern realities of material excess. Through slowly mending both found and personal objects by hand, textile artist Katrina Perdue investigates connections and relationships between sentimental and material worth, surplus and enough, holding on and letting go. 

Opening Reception for “Summer in Shanghai”

Crosstown Arts

Portraits of a rainy street in the Former French Concession, ships on the Huangpu River and people in Fuxing Park, culminate in Summer in Shanghai, a series about finding connections during uncertain times.

Brooks Robertson

The Green Room

Brooks Robertson just doesn’t need much more than two thumbs, eight fingers and six strings on a wooden box to carry his listeners away.

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