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Ron Liberti's Back Home 

When: Fri., June 16, 6-9 p.m. 2017
Price: free
www.spectrearts.org

In Ron Liberti's new exhibit of prints, paintings, and mixed-media pieces at SPECTRE Arts, home is where the art is—or, more specifically, the home-shaped hole we all must figure out how to fill as the things that felt so permanent in our youth reveal themselves as irrecoverably transient. In the past three years, Liberti, known for charismatically fronting veteran Chapel Hill pop-punk band Pipe as well as for his iconic poster art for nightclub concerts, reckoned with the passing of both his parents and the sale of his childhood home in Toms River, New Jersey. The resultant body of work tries to close the gap between where home was and where it is in Liberti's bold, striking style. The exhibit runs through the end of June, but with music by another inimitable local fixture, Billy Sugarfix, this opening reception is the time to see it. —Brian Howe

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