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Getting street smart

Durango Arts Center welcomes first-ever public art show
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“Open Art Surgery,” an exploration of public art, will begin at 4 p.m. today with a sidewalk street performance at 802 East Second Avenue. An opening reception will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. with live music by Foundations of Freedom

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Getting street smart

A sketchbook lies at the feet of Dakotah Andreatta as he spray-paints his creation on the walls of Durango Arts Center in preparation for the “Open Art Surgery” show. About 20 artists from Durango and around the country are lending their talents.
Matt Leggett, left, and Kevin Tumlinson paint on the walls of the Barbara Conrad Gallery at the Durango Arts Center.
Brian Simmonds of Durango adds his contribution to the “Open Art Surgery” show at the Durango Arts Center. The weeklong show will display the works of street artists from Durango and several other cities.
Artists spray-paint their creations on the walls of the Durango Arts Center in preparation for the “Open Art Surgery” show displaying the work of multiple street artists.
Abhimamgu Sandel from Oakland, Calif., spray-paints the walls of the Barbara Conrad Gallery at the Durango Arts Center in preparation for the “Open Art Surgery” show.
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