"LOVE" Art Show During Trolley Tour



  • By Edie Love

Artist Edie Love will show her work in an exhibit entitled "LOVE" at 492 S. Second Street during the monthly South Main Trolley Tour.

The one-night-only exhibition of sculpture, photography, video, and ceramic work focuses on themes of anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-homophobia, and universalism. Or as Edie likes to say, "Isn't it easier to just say LOVE?"

The show will also feature work by artists Frank D. Robinson, Karen Capps, Candace Canerdy, and Harris Quinn, as well as a cello performance by Tamar Love and a dance performance by Chris Reeder. It runs from 6 to 9 p.m. For more, see the event's Facebook page.


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