Openings in the St. Claude Arts District on Saturday, January 11, 6 – 9 pm include:
Pat Phillips’ solo exhibition “ROOTS” at Press Street’s Antenna Gallery (3718 St. Claude Ave). Artist talk and walk-through 5 – 6 pm.
Peter Hoffman’s “Chubby Crimson Bottoms” and Vanessa Centeno’s “Keep It Up” at the UNO St. Claude Gallery (2429 St. Claude Ave).
“The Winter of Our Discontent” by Daphne Loney (front room) and “Nothing Personal” by Gabriel Alexander (back room) at Good Children Gallery (4037 St. Claude Ave).
“Punditry,” a solo show of paintings by Cynthia Scott, at Staple Goods (1340 St. Roch Ave).
Drawings by Raven Creature at Byrdie’s Gallery (2422A St. Claude Ave). On view through February 4.
“18 and Life,” a group exhibition celebrating the beginning of the fifth lease cycle at The Front (4100 St. Claude Ave). Opening lasts till 10 pm.
Jennifer Maloney’s “How Are Things?,” curated by Christopher Saucedo, at Barrister’s Gallery (2331 St. Claude Ave). On view through February 1.
All exhibitions on view through February 2 (unless otherwise noted).
Second Saturday is free and open to the public.
Image: Work by Daphne Loney on view at Good Children Gallery.