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Spoke the Hub is hosting an opening for the visual art exhibit, “Fragments with Focus,” September 12 from 6-8 p.m. at the newly renovated Spoke the Hub Re:Creation Center, 748 Union Street at Sixth Avenue in Park Slope. This exhibit will be showcasing new work done by seven students from the most recent Collage and Mixed Media class taught by artist and art educator Susan Fleminger.

Spoke the Hub has a multi-arts history of showing local, emerging and established artists. Visit the space and take free sample classes on Open House weekend,September 12-13. Register for fall classes in art, dance, yoga, music and theater classes beginning September 14.

The next 18-week series of the Collage and Mixed Media class is on Thursdays from 7-10 p.m., beginning September 17.

For more, go to http://spokethehub.org, http://marleneweisman.com, or call 718.408-3234 for a full schedule of fall classes.

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