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Dudes, we know: Cultural functions in law offices could hardly be construed as “artsy.” But as Justitia (the visually impaired Goddess of Justice) is our witness, the evening of March 12 should make for somethin’ mighty different: The law firm of Stumpf Farrimond, P.C. will host an opening reception for “the School of the South,” a group exhibition showcasing the faculty artists of Palo Alto College. The Current hearts the Alamo Community Colleges, and Palo Alto’s lineup of teaching artists is particularly stellar `see “Art missions”, January 28`. Stumpf Farrimond partner Marc Wiegand hopes to mediate (but not litigate) between “San Antonio artists and their colleagues in the legal and business communities … the faculty artists at Palo Alto College are exceptional, and we feel that San Antonio leaders in all fields should know one another on sight.” Stumpf Farrimond, it just so happens, is also both legal counsel and sponsor of Luminaria, which we grudgingly admit is cool. And getting to see works by Alba DeLeon, John Dyer, Sabra Booth, Lloyd Wash, Karen Caldwell Hogensen, Julia Barbosa Landois, and Mark Hogensen all at once? Hell, we’re ready to testify (sorry). 5-7 p.m., March 12, Weston Centre, 112 E. Pecan, Ste. 700.

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