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Third Friday 

When: Fri., June 21, 6-9 p.m. 2013
Price: Free

Look for art openings and related events all over Durham to bust your weekend out in style. In the Green Gallery at the Scrap Exchange, Meg Stein opens an exhibition of recent sculptural work and altered objects that show the warp and woof of domesticity. The Durham Art Guild's SunTrust Gallery in the Durham Arts Council features futuristic paintings by Ben Bridgers and photography-based memory work by Yuko Taylor. Carrying on Durham's soul traditions, Kim Arrington croons at Golden Belt, where Piedmont Wildlife Center brings live owls into Studio 123. Tom Whiteside puts together a new Durham Cinematheque program with a civil rights angle called "Durham Is Black! and White" under the stars at Durham Central Park. Dmitri Resnik's blown glass shines in the Bull City Arts Collaborative foyer gallery. And fiber artists Megan Bostic, Adrienne McKenzie, Samantha Pell and Anna Nickels show work dealing with grief and loss at The Carrack, which hosts an open event for sharing brief poems or stories (five-minute limit). —Chris Vitiello


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