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A Closing Reception 

When: Sat., Oct. 14 2017
John Farina and Adam Tully recently announced plans to close their Waterloo gallery, the Maria Neil Art Project, at the end of its current exhibition, Marching Ahead of the Beat, by Salvadoran-born artist Elmi Ventura Mata. Tonight, Farina and Tully host Farewell for Now, a closing reception from 6 to 11 p.m. Guests can celebrate the gallery's time on Waterloo, the exhibiting artist, and the gallery owners, while enjoying cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. The event is free, but Farina and Tully are encouraging contributions of $5 to $25 per person to benefit Northeast Shores Development Corporation and the Waterloo Alley Cat Project. Farina and Tully began the Maria Neil Art Project as a pop-up gallery in 2012. The physical gallery space opened in 2013 with a solo show by Cleveland painter Michelangelo Lovelace. They curated an exhibition of local artwork at this year's IngenuityFest, and promise to continue popping up at venues around town. (Usmani)


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