Art Exhibits

Featured artists Carol Cromie and Jeremy McAnally

When: Oct. 14-31 2016

Forget tired pumpkin spice and boring dead leaves — the real reason to be excited for fall is Halloween and its assorted opportunities to dress up in costume and engage in spooky doings. Tonight you can do both and douse them with a liberal dose of culture at Art 111's October art show opening and Halloween celebration. The show focuses on magical creatures, dark stories and strange mythologies and will respectively feature metal sculptures and acrylic and mixed media paintings by local artists Carol Cromie and Jeremy McAnally. And of course, due to the pending holiday, this is a costume party, so feel free to let your alter ego out for the evening. The show will also be accompanied by live jams from DJ Sewn and an eclectic musical performance by The FaceHole Yogis. 6-11 p.m., 111 E. Bijou St., free, 471-3438. — Bridgett Harris

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