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New exhibits open at Bowman this week

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 The Bowman Art Gallery has a couple new exhibits opening this week, in addition to the second edition of their Collectives, Concepts and Culture film series.
 But first,  there are two opening receptions, Jan. 16. A Focus on the Centre features art quilts of textile artists who participated in “Mandalas: Working  in Circles” workshop  with Martha Cole last May. The reception is  Jan. 16 from 7-9 p.m. The exhibit runs  Jan. 16-Feb. 27.
The Lethbridge Photography Club is also opening an exhibit called “Trespassing the  Past” in the Bowman Arts Centre and the Yates Theatre Galleries. The works of  Glenn Christianson, Van Christou. Carmen Cook, Grant Forsythe, Ian McGillivray, Barbara Gullickson, Lorelei Hoffarth, Kathleen Klemen, Donna Kroeger, Ted Nicholson, Trevor Page, Bill Ramage, Leonard Simpson, Branislav Smec, David Tanaka, Ian Thompson, Thane Vanderaegen, Scott Vandt Land, Kathy Villeneuve and Dorrit Zaroba.
 The reception is 7-9 p.m., Jan. 16. Call 403-327-2813 for more information.
On Monday, Jan. 18, the featured film is  “This is Berlin Not New York” which is a documentary about the  Antagonist Art Movement — a group of New York artists who traveled to berlin in 2007 for 10 days of cross cultural exchanges.
 The show begins  at 7 p.m. there is no charge to attend.
— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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