Art: A Look to the Future at PAC Gallery

Participants include Indian artists Vivek Vilasini and Murali Cheeroth, who have shown at PAC previously, as well as up-and-comers like Kris Cummings, an MFA candidate at Michigan's Cranbrook Institute, and local artist Jeff Smith, who are slated for lar

Last summer PAC Gallery in East Walnut Hills opened as a new venture for Phyllis Weston and Annie Bolling, who also ran a namesake gallery in O'Bryonville. Very recently the two parted ways, with Weston retaining the O'Bryonville space and Bolling taking over PAC.

The latter now celebrates its new identity with a large group exhibition entitled A Look to the Future. Participants include Indian artists Vivek Vilasini and Murali Cheeroth, who have shown at PAC previously, as well as up-and-comers like Kris Cummings, an MFA candidate at Michigan's Cranbrook Institute, and local artist Jeff Smith, who are slated for larger PAC projects in the coming year. The exhibition also includes Gigi Scaria, George Schmidt, Mi-Hee Nahm, Michael Scheurer and Midori Harima.

The opening reception from 5-8 p.m. Friday as part of the Walk on Woodburn that includes art openings at Manifest Gallery and extended hours at the other neighborhood businesses at DeSales Corner.

Looking to the Future runs through May 31. Get show and gallery details here.

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