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Calling all Vincent Price fans! Following a themed dinner at Luxe and a special private sneak preview earlier in the week, the Six Degrees of Vincent Art Show finally opens to the public from 1 to 9 p.m. today with a reception beginning at 6 p.m. participating artists include (in no particular order) Alexandra Soury (France), Ana Luisa Sanchez (Mexico/Cleveland), Cat the Cat (England/France), Domenico Scalisi (Italy), Joel Robinson, Keely Reichman, (California), Lisa Snellings (California), Mike Gaiss (New York), and Cleveland Artists: A. Nancy Cintron, Angela Oster, Diana Bjel, Dante Rodriguez, Gail Arnold, Jamilla Naji, Jeff Hulligan, Joyce Stahl, Joe Ayala, Martha Clark-Plank, Oliver App, Patti Luna, Samantha Meyers, Scott Radke, Sean Burns, Sean Kelly and Vincent Packard. A portion of the proceeds from all sales will go towards the Vincent Price Scholarship Foundation. The exhibition is free and will remain on view through Aug. 29. (Usmani)

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