Front Porch: Lowell Art Works farewell party

Art gallery party

After six years, Lowell Art Works is closing its doors but not without a big goodbye party.

The party is planned from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at Lowell Art Works, 5205 S. Second Ave., Everett.

Lowell’s only art gallery opened in 2006. Artist Jules Anslow, director of Lowell Art Works Studios and Gallery, is optimistic the gallery will open somewhere else in the future.

Friday also is the last day for the public to see Lowell Art Works’ current show, “Readymade,” artwork based on the concept of ordinary objects elevated to the status of art.

For more information go to www.lowellartworks.com.

Teen dance crew returns home: For the first time this season, Mukilteo’s Rated Next Generation will not be on MTV’s “America’s Best Dance Crew” when it airs tonight.

RNG, one of the youngest troupes to compete on the nationally televised show, was eliminated last week. Still, the group made it to the top four and they have a lot to feel good about. They return home to celebrate the recent opening of “Battlefield America,” a feature film in which they star.

RNG’s dancers invite anyone interested to join them at The Connection Performing Arts Center, 3616 South Road, Suite B, Mukilteo. For more information, call 425-353-2623.

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