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A “mob” of artists helps celebrate Thornebrook Gallery’s 30th anniversary


“The Mob” features the work of 40 Gainesville artists at Thornebrook Gallery (photo courtesy of Thornebrook Gallery)

Primavera is a month long string of events in its first year celebrating Gainesville’s art scene and culture. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Nickelle Smith reports how a local gallery is helping to kick things off while celebrating its own milestone.

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