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Mays Mahew Opening Night

October 25 · 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost: $10

I’m honored to be a featured artist at this event. My solo show will be upstairs in the new gallery space. The building is really big so don’t miss out on seeing my new work. Come check out new hauntingly beautiful silver tinted drawings.

Before (or after) the show be sure to stop in to the Stanchion Pub for dinner or a drink.

Drop in on our resident artists in their studios and browse the art and other handmade products for sale. Or just visit and get to know these artists and their talents.

Doors open at 6 and the show wraps up at 9, but please join us in our After Hours area for one last song and drink in the second floor bar area until 10.

$10 cover (17 and under free with paying adult)
Entrance: 300 W. Front Street, Harvard, IL 60033
Starline Factory is home to “4th Fridays,” a regional art event that has become one of the most dynamic art attractions in the region. The event is grounded in the idea of joining artists, buyers and art enthusiasts for a unique experience in an artistically crafted, historic location. Held on the fourth Friday of the month from January through August, with a year-end finale in October, the event features a juried mixed art exhibit, photo contest, vendor artists, open Starline Factory artist studios as well as a featured solo artist exhibit. In addition, the event offers live music and cash bars for beer, wine, coffee and mixed drinks on two levels. Spend your 4th Friday strolling through an art event, nibble on delicious hors d’oeuvres, and listen to live music in a venue that is truly one-of-a-kind. What could be better?

More information here: https://starlinefactory.com/4th-fridays/

Event Details

Date:
October 25
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Cost:
$10
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Venue

300 W. Front Street
Harvard, IL United States

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