This weekend: Decorazon exhibit opens, Bona Fide Blues performs, Haley-Henman exhibit closes

Decorazon Gallery‘s latest exhibit, "The Unseen Seen", opens today. The exhibit includes Kathleen Wilke Feroze’s "Lady of the Lake" photographic series (pictured) as well as images from Jane Fulton Alt ("Visitations") and Wendy Kveck ("The Meateater Series"), and the artist’s reception is on Friday, from 6-9 p.m.

• Neighborhood band Bona Fide Blues performs Friday night at Eno’s Pizza Tavern, starting at 9:30 p.m.

• The Haley-Henman Gallery closes its show "The Three Graces" on Saturday from 2:30-5 p.m. with a conversation with artist Gisa Elwazir, who is bringing Rote Gruetze for those in attendance, and the gallery also promises baklava and zuppa inglese.

• Next Tuesday following President-elect Barack Obama’s inauguration, the Bishop Arts Theater Center is hosting an Inaugural Bash, inviting revelers to "celebrate this new era of change" with by sharing a glass of wine, perusing the art gallery, and shaking a leg on the theater’s dance stage." The 6-10 p.m. event on Jan. 20 is free.

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