2:32 pm January 15, 2013, by Howard Pousner
Gallery walk for four KSU exhibits
Kennesaw State University opens four new exhibits with a gallery walk, 5-8 p.m. Jan. 17. A highlight is “Pedro: Menaboni’s Lost Story,” illustrations from an unpublished children’s book about a scarlett tanger’s migration by the late Atlanta bird artist-muralist Athos Menaboni. Also opening: “Southern Industrial Landscapes: Photographs of the Marietta Bell Bomber Plant, 1942-44” and annual faculty and student art exhibits. The free walk starts at the Clayton Gallery in the Bailey Performance Center (with free parking in adjacent lot E). 770-499-3223, www.kennesaw.edu/arts/galleries/exhibitions.html. HOWARD POUSNER
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