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Walk All Over Waterloo 

When: Fri., Oct. 2 2015
Following last month’s Salute to Summer, the Waterloo Arts District hosts the first Walk All Over Waterloo of the fall from 5 to 9 p.m. today. This month’s new exhibitions include ARTneo Curator and Collections Manger Christopher Richards’ Chromatic Consumption, a collection of new work inspired by the sticker dots used for merchandising in retail department stores, in the Native Annex (remains on view through Oct. 25) and a new round of installations at Loren Naji’s Satellite Gallery. Additionally, Waterloo Arts hosts a closing reception for Bottled Water (a group installation that has been growing throughout the month), as well as Scott Goss’ Incoherent Spaces at the Maria Neil Art Poject and Jake Kelly’s A Heavy, Humid World at Gallery 160. There’s plenty more to see and do throughout the district. (Individual hours may vary). Free. (Usmani)


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