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October 25, 2012

Art Walk

MANCHESTER – Open Doors Manchester is an exciting collaboration of ten art and cultural venues partnering to be open and free to the public three times per year.

On Thurs., November 1, two trolleys will circulate the same route between the hours of 5:00-8:00 p.m., stopping at each venue about every thirty minutes. Individuals may get on and off the trolley as they wish and stop at the venues they wish to see. All of the trolley stops are open free to the public on trolley night and most have art openings and special events. November is partnership month and each venue will be partnering with a local non-profit.

The following venues will be open and offering the following:

Art 3 Gallery (44 West Brook Street, Manchester, 603-668-6650): On display is Points of View - Each of us has a unique way of viewing the world. Over eighty artists have shared their views at Art 3 Gallery-come see the view!

Art on the Wall at City Hall Gallery (One City Hall Plaza, Manchester, 603-624-6500): Visit Art on the Wall at City Hall in the newly refurbished and expanded gallery space along the walls at City Hall.

E.W. Poore Framing (775 Canal Street, Manchester, 603-622-3802): Join E.W. Poore for their latest exhibit on display; learn more about their framing services and studio classes. Light refreshments will be served.

Framers Market (1301 Elm Street, Manchester, 603-668-6989) Opening reception for “TWEET” This exhibit will feature bird art as well as numerous print making national artists.

Langer Place (55 South Commercial Street, Manchester, 603-626-4388): East Colony Fine Art celebrates Election Day 2012 with a show titled “Vote”. Please join East Colony’s artists, who have each created a special piece of work reflecting New Hampshire’s unique role in the political process, as we celebrate America’s most important day, the day we unite to make our voices heard.

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