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Brooklyn’s Micro Museum presents, as a part of Big Ideas 2008-2010 National Visual Artists, Raging Against The…, on Saturdays, 12-7 p.m., July 26-September 20. An opening party is slated for July 26 from 8-11 p.m.

Admission to the party is $10; $5 for students. The night features live entertainment, free drinks, food and gifts. The museum is at 123 Smith Street.

These selected artists give voice to a wide range of rage. Some of it is interpreted clearly, while others are abstract and even eradiate.

Stacey Wexler, Laurel Paley, Kate Gately, Jiaming Wang, Brook Overline, Derrick Bryant, Nicholas Byer and Tiana Peterson exhibit their works in painting, photography, installational sculpture and video.

There is also permanent interactive art by founding Micro Museum directors William and Kathleen Laziza.

Regular admission is $2; for more, visit www.micromuseum.com or call 718-797-3116.

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