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"RED" Hosts Benefit Performances Jan. 30 & 31
The MACplayers production of "RED" is excited to host two benefit performances on Jan. 30 & 31 at 8 pm. These performances have a suggested minimum donation of $10, the proceeds of which will go toward funding the production's participation in the southeastern regional theatre competition.
"The Most Vulnerable" by PSALM
From Jan. 9 - 31, "The Most Vulnerable" by Proud Students Against Landmines and Cluster Bombs (PSALM) will be on display in the Benedum Gallery.
"walking, standing, searching, dreaming" by Steve Pavlovic
In "walking, standing, searching, dreaming," running from Feb. 6 - 28 in MAC's Benedum Gallery, Steve Pavlovic focuses on the theme of darkness as a metaphor for isolation, loss, and the search for individuality in a chaotic world and relies strongly on his love of color, texture, and paint. The public opening reception will be held on Feb. 6 from 6 – 8 pm.
"Icons" by Patrick Bayly
Comic book memories, allusions to great works-of-art, and elements of Orthodox Christianity: Charleston-born Patrick Bayly draws inspiration from his childhood, art history, street art, and more for his exhibit, "Icons," in MAC's Davis Gallery from Feb. 6 – 28. An opening reception for "Icons" will be held at MAC from 6 – 8 pm on Friday, Feb. 6.

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