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Deadly Intentions show at Studio 659 to celebrate Day of the Dead Halloween

Studio 659 in Whiting.

Studio 659 in Whiting has brought back its annual "Deadly Intentions" exhibit, which the gallery says is one of its most popular shows of the year.

The seasonal art show at the art gallery at 1413 119th St. in downtown Whiting features a Dia De Los Muertos altar and artwork about the Mexican Day of the Dead, Halloween and "anything scary." "Deadly Intentions" showcases pieces by local artists in an array of mediums such as painting and photography, and the art will be available for purchase.

"This is always a popular and fun show; we expect a large amount of submissions," the gallery said in a call for art on Facebook.

The new show opened Sunday and will run through Nov. 11.

The gallery, which is run by the Whiting Arts Council, is open from noon until 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

For more information, visit studio659.org or call 219-659-8828.

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