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The State of Matter schedule of events

Below is the current schedule of events for our upcoming exhibition The State of Matter.

We're excited about this opportunity and look forward to seeing all of you who can make it out to Northside!

Participating Venues

Prairie - 4035 Hamilton Ave (2nd Floor)
The BEI Container Gallery - 4046 Hamilton Ave (in back)
Hoffner Lodge - 4122 Hamilton Ave (2nd Flr. above Post Office)
Happen Inc. - 4201 Hamilton Ave

Schedule of events
Saturday, October 23rd, 2010
+ 12p - 4p: Live Glass Blowing @ Hoffner Park
+ 12p - 6p: Family oriented viewing @ Prairie
+ 6p - 10p: Grand Opening Gallery Walk @ All Venues

Sunday, October 24th, 2010
+ 1p - 5p: All Venues Open
+ 2p - 4p: Flame-working demo @ Prairie

Prairie open Tuesday, October 26th: 10a - 6p.

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
+ 10a - 6p: Prairie Open
+ 4p - 7:30p: The Northside Farmers Market (open)
+ 4p - 7:30p: All Venues Open

Thursday, October 28th, 2010
+ 10a - 6p: Prairie Open
+ 5p - 7:45p: All Venues open
+ 8p - 10p: parProjects model unveiling & film screening @Happen Inc.

Prairie open Friday, October 29th, 2010: 10a - 6p.

Saturday, October 30th, 2010:
+ 10a - 4p: All Venues Open
+ 12p - 3p: Open Studio w/Margot Gotoff @ 1546 Knowlton Avenue
+ 12p - 3p: Open Studio w/HazelGlas @ 415o Hamilton Avenue
+ 4p - 6p: Flame-working demo @Prairie

Additional programming will be taking place at and Hoffner park (10/23), HazelGlas (TBD), and Thunder-Sky Inc. (10/29) ...all located along Hamilton Ave.


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