For " Autocomplete ", Visionaries and Voices artists collaborated with members from the community and beyond with a special twist. ( Glenn Slama, color by Cedric Michael Cox).
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By German Lopez for CityBeat

Coming together through art. For "Autocomplete", Visionaries and Voices artists collaborated with members from the community and beyond with a special twist. A V+V artist drew up a black-and-white image, and then another artist filled in the image with his/her choice of colors.

The result is two visions converging to create a unified theme and story. With more than 80 works of art from more than 160 artists, the exhibit promises to be a varied, surprising display of what can happen when different minds cooperate for art and entertainment. The show runs through June 29. Opening reception begins 5 p.m. Thursday, May 10 at V+V Northside Gallery, 3841 Spring Grove Ave., Northside.

Find out more information here.

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