Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)


January 30, 2014

Coming together

Regional artist group featured at F!nal Fr!day exhibit, reception

GRAYSON — The Grayson Gallery & Art Center will present “Bringing Artists Together,” a multi-media art exhibit featuring members of Kentucky Art Tribe, a Facebook group of Eastern Kentucky artists, as well as others by special invitation.

A free, opening reception, set for 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, will feature music by John Forgy with Native American Fred Keams of Yellowknife Navajo Flutes. Light refreshments provided. 

Plans for future shows include “Peace & Love” in February and, in March, the GGAC will celebrate Women’s History Month with special events featuring Ashland native and filmmaker Allison Anders and a “Women in the Arts” exhibit.

For more information, email Gallery Coordinator Dan Click at graysongallery@gmail.com.

The gallery is at the corner of Carol Malone Boulevard and Third Street.

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