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friday, 26

friday, 26


It s the last Friday night of the month, which means it s time again for the South Main Trolley Art Tour, with the areas many galleries and shops open late and free Trolley rides. Galleries hosting opening receptions include Jack Robinson Photography Gallery for work by contemporary women photographers; Thames Art and Interiors for work by Brad Troxel and Gregg Haller; and Delta Axis Power House for a video work by Bruce Nauman. Other openings around town are at CBU s University Gallery for a show by the Memphis Camera Club; Antiques Within & Abbey s Too for the Junior League of Memphis Sustainer Art Show; Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects for work by Kurt Meer and Ky Johnston Butler; and Street Bazaar for work by Kylin B. Mettler and Stephanie Ogles,with a dance performance by Ondine Geary and live music by the Found Object Orchestra. Today also kicks off this weekend s Forging on the River XI at the National Ornamental Metal Museum, the annual River Bluff Forge Council annual conference, which features demonstrations by master metalsmiths. The Grizzlies are up against Houston tonight at The Pyramid. The Distraxshuns are at Patrick s. There s an NRGLuv Party at the Full Moon Club. Fancy fiddlin Roy Brewer is at Otherlands Coffee Bar. Halfacre Gunroom, Dex Romweber, and Ghostwriter are at Young Avenue Deli. There s a Yes, No, Maybe CD-Release Party at Newby s. And, as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.

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