A group of local artists come together in the spirit of creative camaraderie to share What Friends Are For, a three-day, multimedia exhibition that explores how friends influence each other’s everyday lives.

Curated by local collective Artona, this experience will feature works by Paul M. Roura, Stephen Ostrowski, Mike Williams, Jacob Gottlieb, Andrew Straub, Rachel Trudden, Mike Elijah Rodriguez, and Zachary Bonime who use film, photography, and paint to make their art. Please join us for screenings, live music, and radio broadcasts this weekend.

February 2nd | Opening Reception, 6-9pm: Meet the artists and get to know the stories behind their works.

February 3rd | Screenings + Sounds, 6-10pm: A night of screenings in conversation with works by Mike Elijah Rodriguez and Rachel Trudden and a live performance by Roya.

February 4th | Radio + Closing, 2-3pm // 6-9pm: A daytime broadcast on 8-Ball Radio during which artists will discuss project themes. Closing night celebrates the idea that with great friends anything is possible.

A portion of this exhibition’s proceeds will be donated to the Dylan Rieder Foundation to fund cancer research.

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