11/13: Fridge Door at Asterisk Gallery



In the past, Daiv Whaley has experimented with different kinds of photography, like cell-phone shots, as art. Tonight, he calls on local artists to use a scavenged refrigerator door as a canvas. Makes sense, since people typically use their fridges as family bulletin boards, walls of fame and art galleries. Dana DePew is gathering a bunch of refrigerator doors to create a Stonehenge-like installation for his contribution. It opens at 6 p.m. as part of the Tremont Art Walk and continues through December 4 at Asterisk Gallery (2393 Professor Ave., 330.304.8528) — Michael Gill

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