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Invisible Cities

By awoodall
Thursday, February 21st, 2008 at 7:57 pm in Uncategorized.

Mercury 20’s current exhibit “Invisible Cities” has been previewed on Gallery Crawl, KQED’s video podcast. The monthly show is a quick portrait of current activity in the San Francisco Bay Area’s thriving gallery scene. Maya and Antonio, the artists,┬áhave some interesting and insightful things to say about painting, identity, and living in the city. Check out the video here. Invisible Cities continues for the next two weekends–Fridays and Saturdays from noon-3pm.

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3 Responses to “Invisible Cities”

  1. monica Says:

    I like your blog. I live in Hayward but am always looking for things to do in other cities. I’ll be checking in periodically to see what’s going on. Thanks for the info..

  2. Angela Woodall Says:

    Hey, thanks. Do you think Hayward’s social life is beginnning to bubble a bit these days? I’ve heard of a couple of cool little spots along the I-880: San Leandro and Hayward etc. Anyway, it’s good to have choices!

  3. monica Says:

    Tell me more. There’s not to much of a night life in Hayward other than some downtown bars, that I know of. Buffalo Bills is popular and the Bistro is so so. We’re involved in the salsa scene. We’ve been checking out different salsa venues up and down the east bay from San Jose to SF. Keep sharing; there’s so much to experience!

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