2/19: Third Fridays at 78th Street Studios

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Horizons 5 by Tarrance Corbin
  • Horizons 5 by Tarrance Corbin
The galleries of 78th Street Studios are stepping up the pace a bit: After a year of hosting quarterly open-house events that amalgamate an entire art walk’s worth of shows into a single building, they’ve decided that four times a year isn’t enough. Starting this month, the studios will open their doors the third Friday of each month and feature shows, music and talks. Tonight, Tregoning and Company opens Tarrence Corbin: A Life in Color, a collection of the Cincinnati-based painter’s jazzy, geometric jumbles. William Scheele’s Kokoon Gallery presents a talk by Lee Heinen about her paintings in the exhibit Earthly Delights. And Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery presents a range of mid-20th century works in Modernism: 1927-1970. It all happens from 5-9 p.m. at 78th Street Studios (1300 W. 78th St., 440.503.5506). Admission is free. — Michael Gill

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