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  • First Person Plural: A group exhibition at St. Francis College

    First Person Plural: A group exhibition at St. Francis College

    New York, N.Y.— It’s a FIRST for us. The Openings Collective is pleased to announce our firstever member show, happening this November at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, and featuring recent works by nineteen current members of the collective. Openings, founded in 2006, engages visual artists of all disciplines who are interested in exploring the dynamic between creativity and transcendence. The exhibition runs from November 2 – November 30, 2012.

    First Person Plural is all about who we are, right now- as individual artists, and as a collective. The exhibition is being organized by Meg Graham, Iliyan Ivanov, Anthony Santella and Patricia Bellucci, and features works by Robert Aitchison, Sherry Aliberti, Virgil Alderson, Michael Berube, Sarah Hollars, Carrie Elston Tunick, Keena Gonzalez, Meg Graham, Iliyan Ivanov, David Kagan, Joey Kilrain, Daniel Nelson, Steven Palermo, Denise Penizzotto, Frank Sabatte, Patricia Bellucci, Anthony Santella, Niki Singleton, and James Vanderberg. We are First Person Plural.

    Opening reception: Saturday, November 3, 2012, 2pm- 8pm

    Exhibition dates: November 3-November 30, 2012

    Hours: every day, 7am-11pm (unless the space is booked for a private event)

    Please note: to ensure access, please call the SFC Office of Special Events, at 718-489-5372

    Location: Callahan Center gallery, ground floor, St. Francis College

    Address: 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn Heights, New York, 11201

    Directions: (by subway) 2, 3, 4, 5, R to Court Street, Boro Hall; A, C to Jay Street.

    Press Contact: Frank Sabatte, 212.265.3209, x218