February 19, 2007

Gridhopping: Luxor Temple of Art

Luxor Temple of Art

Luxor Temple of Art

Luxor Temple of Art

Luxor Temple of Art

Luxor Temple of Art

Luxor Temple of Art

Luxor Temple of Art

I ended up in the grid last Saturday evening with not a lot to do, so thought I'd take my chances at the ol' events-calendar roulette wheel. And here's one of the events I ended up at because of it -- the opening of the new Luxor Temple of Art [Jade 189/198/35], or at least the opening of a new show by visual artist Eshi Otawara (I wasn't quite sure, or perhaps it was both). Turns out that Otawara is Croatian in real life, one who lived through the civil war there as a teen, then moved to the US and ended up getting a degree in fine arts; her work's pretty great, to tell you the truth, and something I recommend stopping by and checking out. The opening was a lot of fun, too, with just a ton of people in attendance all dressed to the nines, live musicians being piped in via audio stream and more. Anyway, I don't have a lot to say about the event itself; I just mostly wanted to run some of the photos I took while there, as well as encourage you to stop by yourself. Thanks for the fun event, Eshi!

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