friday, 26 

friday, 26

Lots of arts openings tonight. for starters it's the last Friday of the month,which means you can bop around on the South Main Trolley Art Tour, riding free to some 16 galleries, one of the best things to do in Memhis on a Friday night. Galleries hosing opening receptions on the tour include Durden Gallery, for an exhibit of work by Steve Griffith; Jay Etkin Gallery, for "Back to Nature," works bY Annabelle Meacham and digital paintings by Marc Rouillard; and at Bennett Stained Glass, where Wil Biggers will demonstrate his techniques on a window from the St. Patrick's Catholic Church restoration. Elsewhere, there are openings at Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects,for works by teachers and parents ofstudents and Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal School; at Gtrace Place, for "Eternal Now," works by Nashville artist Lisa Jennings, and there's a closing reception at Memphis College of Art Graduate Gallery for "Aftermath: A 9/11 Exhibiton" by MCA graduate students.

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