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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Too many notables to choose from at this month's Third Thursday gallery hop

Posted By on Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 9:00 AM

click to enlarge 'Venus Flytrap Guy' - MATTHEW CAPALDO
  • Matthew Capaldo
  • 'Venus Flytrap Guy'

Now that the Weekly offices are downtown, we’re falling back in love with the CBD. Of course, it helps that downtown has gotten really awesome in the past year or so, adding new bars, restaurants and galleries (plus that big new performing arts center) at breakneck pace. One of the things we especially look forward to is never missing another Third Thursday Gallery Hop, and this month’s downtown artsplosion feels like an extra-special welcome from our new neighbors – usually we’d single out one show to recommend, but this month’s edition offers too many notables to choose from. Starting at 6 p.m., new shows open at CityArts Factory as well as in bars and other nontraditional spaces throughout the district. We plan to hit Pink #12 at Canvs, Cinematic Distractions & Dreams (pictured) at the Gallery at Avalon Island, The Urban Art Forger at Loft 55, The Land of Nod at NV Art Bar, and a Pedro Piper cocktail at the Courtesy Bar. See you around!

6 p.m. Thursday, March 19 | various locations throughout downtown Orlando | 3rdthu.com | free


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