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The Antioch College exhibit "Currencies" will end this Friday, Feb. 14, with several performances. Shown above are college arts teachers Sara Black, Raewyn Martyn and Gabrielle Civil, whose work is part of the show.

The Antioch College exhibit "Currencies" will end this Friday, Feb. 14, with several performances. Shown above are college arts teachers Sara Black, Raewyn Martyn and Gabrielle Civil, whose work is part of the show.

College exhibit to end with performances

On Friday, Feb. 14, Antioch College will bring its current Herndon Gallery exhibit to a close with several performances. The exhibit, “Currencies,” has for the past two months presented the work of several arts and performance faculty.

Beginning at 7 p.m., the event will include dance performances by former Antioch College faculty member Jill Becker and Melissa Heston and a performance poem, “One Don’t Operate Without the Other,” by Louise Smith. Faculty member Gabrielle Civil will perform “and then…,” a piece that features Nicolas Daily, with video by Cristian Perez Lopez. The piece carries a parental advisory due to its explicit content.

The event is free and open to the public.

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