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Soft materials take shape in Stuff(ed), tonight at Laundry on Lawrence

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It's a busy Third Friday in D-town, particularly at the Laundry on Lawrence, where eleven artists came together in "an exploration of soft materials." Not surprisingly, the concept takes many directions in a variety of mediums, with both individual and collaborative results.

See also: - Artist Theresa Anderson explains how narrative plays into her drawings - Photos: At two local galleries, feminism is as urgent as ever

The exhibit, called Stuff(ed), opens with a reception tonight from 6 to 10 p.m. and remains on view, by appointment, through November 27. Get more information on the Facebook event page; a peek at images from the show follows.

Find information on hundreds of other arts and entertainment events in our online Calendar.

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