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Hand Prints 

When: March 12-April 8 2011

Opening just four months ago in Raleigh's City Market, Amplified Art is a welcome addition to the Triangle arts scene. Housing hundreds of gig posters—in addition to music-related shirts, jewelry and artwork—the gallery also hosts live performances, rockumentary screenings and open-mic nights. This month's exhibition features Justin Helton, the sole proprietor of Knoxville's Status Serigraph and the creative director at AC Entertainment, which co-produces Bonnaroo and Big Ears. Alongside dozens of designs for The Avett Brothers, Helton's done work for The Black Keys, My Morning Jacket, Ween, Wilco and Phish, among many others. —Spencer Griffith

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