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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, January 7

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"Dillon" by Gabor Szabo is just one example of the surrealist paintings featured in Lucid Dreams.
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"Dillon" by Gabor Szabo is just one example of the surrealist paintings featured in Lucid Dreams.

Jan. 7-Feb. 8: Lucid Dreams
Starting today you can visit Waverly Street Gallery in Bethesda to see new work by gallery artists and a series of paintings by Hungarian-born American artist Gabor Szabo. Lucid Dreams will be on view through February 8 and features a range of subjects from patriotic themes to surrealist reimaginings of everyday imagery. There will be an opening reception this Friday from 6 to 9 p.m.

Jan. 8: Potty Mouth
The Northampton, Massachusetts-based quartet Potty Mouth is coming to D.C. this week. In its debut album, Hell Bent, the all-female band blends indie pop with ‘70s punk. You can check out the musical foursome tomorrow night at DC9. Doors open at 8 p.m.

Music: “Frail (original instrumental version)” by Jars of Clay

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