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First Friday at Artspace 

When: Fri., Jan. 5, 6-10 p.m. 2018
Price: free

There's never a shortage of things to do and see at Artspace on First Fridays. This week, the new exhibit is Processing, which displays the results of Megan Bostic and Davis Choun's six-month residency at the Raleigh exhibition and studio center. But this reception also sweeps up several ongoing exhibits, including the Fine Contemporary Craft Exhibition juried by Gregg Museum of Art & Design director Roger Manley, which includes Robert Lewis-Nash's appealing "Banana Field" (yes, I did that on purpose), pictured below. There's also Character Space, Scott Hazard and Stephanie Strange's abstract, text-based show, and more work by other artists tucked into various corridor galleries. And there's a new satellite exhibit at HQ Raleigh on South Harrington Street, featuring Austin Caskie's abstract paintings based on computer-generated 3-D models, which is worth a look if you can stand a short walk through this bitter cold. —Brian Howe



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