Good Things – Exhibit


General admission to the exhibit “Good Things Come In Threes” – by Three Twenty Gallery – a deconstructed view about the hybrid artists of today, with focus on three specific fields: Art, Music, & Education.

Experience “Things Given and Things Taken” by Brother Maars, our artist-in-residence, while grooving to digital soundscapes by Berklee College Radio Host & student, Yung Sensei.

Enjoy a complimentary light savory snack in our courtyard. Menu details to come.

Curated by STACE.

Exhibit starts Friday, April 30th at 12pm (noon). Please read through the additional information before you complete your purchase.


Remembering the American Indians during the 200th anniversary of the Santa Fe Trail with our soft opening “Good Things Come In Threes”. Digital soundscapes by Yung Sensei with a feature exhibit” Things Given and Things Taken” by Brother Maars. Curated by STACE.

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Current Exhibitions:
April 30 – June 30, 2021
Brother Maars: Things Given And Things Taken
April 15 – May 5, 2021
Yung Sensei: A Tribal Quest
Coming Soon:
October 1 – November 27, 2021
NECA: Deadpool and Friends
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