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Indie ArtHouse Showcases "Small Format" Works by Local Artists this Friday

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Lisa Jacobs knows good (and creative) things come in small packages. The local artist, aka Sticker Club Girl, and founding member of Grand Avenue's Indie ArtHouse will bring small, 5-by-5 inch works by 16 local artists to the collective for an opening this Friday. 


The traveling show, dubbed "Small Format" includes work by by Jacobs, Carol Rogue, Abbey Messmer, Eric Cox, Adam Wenger, Leslie Barton, Phillip McCarty, Aaron Abbott, JB Snyder, Suzanne Falk, Dave Driscoll, Bobby Castaneda, Catie Reya, Reid Richardson, Fausto Fernandez, and JA Jure.

Friday's opening will include refreshments, face time with a few of the artists, and live beats by DJ Bass Masta from 7 to 10 p.m.. 


Goods from the collective of local artists will also be on sale throughout the night. For more information, check out the event invitation or the Indie ArtHouse website

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