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    Carver Museum: Punk Noir

    Behold this new series of large paintings by Dawn Okoro, exploring the black punk spirit. You already knew black is beautiful; with this exhibition, black may be even more beautiful – and punk AF.
    Through July 21
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    Camiba Art: A Circle in a Circle is a Tree

    In this colorful exhibit, Orna Feinstein continues her fascination and exploration of trees and their interior geometry using a variety of mediums and processes – her signature dynamic layering of monoprints and cut paper, yes, but also paint, concrete, and plaster.
    Reception: Sat., March 17, 5-8pm
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    con flama

    Salvage Vanguard Theater presents Sharon Bridgforth's lyrical drama, set in Los Angeles in the 1940s-1970s, that offers a glimpse of a black gurl's coming of age, through ancestral passages and her family history. Directed by Florinda Bryant. Bonus on March 15, 22, and 29: Food trucks Rosarito and Noble Sandwich, beer by Friends & Allies, and music by Chulita Vinyl Club and Ms. Mack & the Daddies.
    March 22-April 7. Thu.-Sat., 7:30pm. $10.  
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    Guzu Gallery: Deep Cuts 3

    It’s been four years since this vibrant gallery of graphics spun the second “cut,” but round three is anything but a repeat. Here's a fresh array of tributes to beloved music icons and heroes – including some fictional music legends from the world of pop culture. Featuring new works by Jason Stout! Forces of Dorkness! Half-Human! Katherine Kuehne! Chet Phillips! And many more. [Personal threat: We'd best see some Hong Kong Cavaliers up in that joint or it's arga warga, capisce?]
    Through April 8
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