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sculpture show opening April 30 focuses on social epidemics

Los Angeles
sculpture show opening April 30 focuses on social epidemics

Artist Jonathan Arland will display several of his sculptures that focus on social epidemics, including AIDS and crystal meth abuse, beginning April 30 at the Howard Fine Action Studio and Gallery in Los Angeles. The show, titled "There Can Be a Renaissance," features works created primarily from recycled materials. Anyone who buys one of Arland's works at the show will be required to make a donation of 25% of the purchase price to an agreed-upon charity; Arland will match each donation. The exhibit opens with a reception from 2 to 6 p.m. on April 30 at the gallery, located at 1445 Las Palmas Ave. in Hollywood. The exhibit continues through July 4. The opening reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.

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