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Out & About: Latrobe Art Center has 'The Perfect Gift' for the holidays

| Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
PERFECT GIFTS: Exhibiting artists Barbara Kern-Bush and Doreen Currie, at the opening reception for 'The Perfect Gift,' held Nov. 7 in the Latrobe Art Center.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
PERFECT GIFTS: Exhibiting artists Barbara Kern-Bush and Doreen Currie, at the opening reception for 'The Perfect Gift,' held Nov. 7 in the Latrobe Art Center.
PERFECT GIFTS: Events coordinator Joe Bellack and exhibiting artist Sue Hrubes at the opening reception for 'The Perfect Gift,' held Nov. 7 in the Latrobe Art Center.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
PERFECT GIFTS: Events coordinator Joe Bellack and exhibiting artist Sue Hrubes at the opening reception for 'The Perfect Gift,' held Nov. 7 in the Latrobe Art Center.
PERFECT GIFTS: From left: Janet Mason with exhibiting artists Stacey Pydynkowski and Sarah Hunter at the opening reception for 'The Perfect Gift,' held Nov. 7 in the Latrobe Art Center.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
PERFECT GIFTS: From left: Janet Mason with exhibiting artists Stacey Pydynkowski and Sarah Hunter at the opening reception for 'The Perfect Gift,' held Nov. 7 in the Latrobe Art Center.
PERFECT GIFTS: Vince Hrubes and John Anspach at the opening reception for 'The Perfect Gift,' held Nov. 7 in the Latrobe Art Center.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
PERFECT GIFTS: Vince Hrubes and John Anspach at the opening reception for 'The Perfect Gift,' held Nov. 7 in the Latrobe Art Center.

It's high time to be looking for “The Perfect Gift” for the holidays, and Latrobe Art Center is offering help with an exhibition of the same name. An opening reception on Nov. 7 revealed 82 pieces of artwork by 15 artists. With none larger than 12-by-12-inches, they're perfect for tucking under the tree — or into an especially large stocking. The exhibit runs through Jan. 2.

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