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"What's So Funny" exhibit is multimedia to the max

Sad Keanu Visits Ann Arbor (3), digital print)
Sad Keanu Visits Ann Arbor (3), digital print)Image by Mike Sivak, Rocco DePietro and Gloria Pritschet

Gallery Project, in Ann Arbor Michigan presents "What's So Funny," a multimedia exhibit with 34 local, regional and national artists included*

The show focuses on humor that may not come across to every viewer but like art you are sure to take away some sort of message, even if it isn't a funny one. Humor can be direct, sarcastic, or broad in its scope and understanding. It can register as smart, conceptual or strange through the interpretations of these artists social spins, political spins or reflective personal experiences. From narratives to small installations you can decide which brand of humor works for you and which artist matches to your humorous likings.

The Gallery project is located at: 215 South 4th Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Fall/Winter gallery hours are Tuesday -Thursday, noon - 6 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, noon - 9 p.m.
Sunday, noon - 4 p.m.
The gallery is closed on Mondays.
Fall/Winter hours start November 1

for more information call: 734.997.7012

* Contributors to the exhibit include Walter Behrnes, Nathan Boyer, Sarah Buckius, Dolan Cleverly, Susan Coe, Christopher Crowder, Rocco DePietro, Leslie Donaldson, Anthony Fontana, Todd Frahm, Matt Gordon, Katie Halton, Stephanie Henderson, Merrill Kazanjian, Paul Marquardt, Bob Marsh, Vince Mountain, Mike Myers, Frank Pahl, David Parker, Teresa Petersen, Tim Péwé, Gloria Pritschet, Bethany Shorb, Michele Signorino, Mike Sivak, Ryan Standfest, Trevor Stone, Rob Todd, Sarah Trahan, Malcolm Tulip, Tom Walsh, Ellen Wilt and Robin Wilt. The exhibit is curated by Gloria Pritschet and Rocco DePietro.

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