Arthur Dove Exhibit Spotlighted At April 5th Geneva Night Out

Geneva, New York – March 29, 2013 – Geneva Night Out, a free art and culture event on the first Friday of each month in downtown Geneva, will feature a special exhibit of the work of American modernist Arthur Dove at the Geneva Historical Society on April 5th, 2013. The event runs from 5:00pm until 8:00pm, with local artists hosted by a variety of downtown businesses.

“The first Geneva Night Out of the spring might be our most eclectic lineup yet, ” said Jim Meaney, director of Geneva Night Out. “The Historical Society has been generous enough to host the exhibit by Arthur Dove, Geneva’s most world-renowned and influential artist to date. With our venues hosting a wide variety of musicians, painters, illustrators, authors, and photographers, along with our Student Art Gallery at Sophie’s Place showing pieces by St. Francis-St. Stephen School students, we are pleased to offer something for everyone this and every month.”

“We have more venues and artists coming aboard over the summer,” Meaney continued. “Our coalition of area business owners, merchants, artists and residents have created a highly anticipated monthly tradition in our beautiful, walkable downtown.”

Free self-guided maps highlighting the evening’s activities are available at all participating venues and businesses, and on the Geneva Night Out website.

Live music, poetry, photography, painting, dance, workshops, and special events are hosted at a variety of Geneva venues, while the event also spotlights the exceptional dining and nightlife provided by Geneva’s participating neighborhood cafes, restaurants, taverns and lounges.

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