Latinx artists channel 'Espiritu'

Artists like Karen Miranda Rivadeneira and Esteban Patiño will have works on display

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Come out to Treehouse Photo Studio for the opening reception of Espiritu, an art exhibition highlighting the work of contemporary Latinx artists who are channeling the spirit of their indigenous cultures. See art including collages by Karen Miranda Rivadeneira (like the one above), pieces by Esteban Patiño (who was also recently featured at the High Museum’s interactive Art Lab), and work by the exhibition’s co-curator Josephine Figueroa. Espiritu is a joint project of the local organizations Fall Line Projects, Somos Sur, and Atlanta Celebrates Photography. Bring some friends and a little pocket money to enjoy the cash bar.

Espiritu opening. Free. 6–9 p.m. Fri., Sept. 23. Treehouse Photo Studio, 751 James P. Brawley Dr. N.W. www.falllineprojects.com/events.

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