Athenaeum A-Listers mix and mingle at latest exhibit

Lindsay Bullis and Kat Greenway

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Photo by Daniel Dreifuss

The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library hosted an A-List Party for its young members on June 2 to celebrate the exhibit in its main gallery through June 18, “Code-O-Chromes: David Fobes.”

Fobes, a professor of art at San Diego State University, presents a series of works that explore themes of code, space, geometry and color using the unlikely medium of duct tape, a material he manipulates to create fascinating illusions of color and three-dimensional space.

In addition, The Tree Ring performed, and Anjanette Maraya-Ramey and Dancers opened the evening’s festivities.

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