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"Lasso" by Cade Carlson

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"Lasso" by Cade Carlson

To Cut Is To Think 

When: Fri., June 16, 6 p.m. 2017
Price: free

A collage show in the Cameron Gallery is a no-brainer for the Scrap Exchange—the creative reuse center already focues, in its everyday activities, on repurposing sundry cultural detritus in useful, vibrant new lives. To Cut Is to Think brings together twenty-three local X-Acto knife and Mod Podge wielders to show off the infinite recombinant variety of their chosen medium, which alchemizes mass culture into personal style. The exhibit runs through July 15, but at this opening reception, you can have a little nosh and then take the inspiration you've gleaned into the Scrap Exchange's Make N Take Room to find out what sort of thoughts you can cut. —Brian Howe

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