Art You Can Take to the Bank

While banks still remain bastions of maturity, a few in Weston are changing the way you view the stoic institutions – or at least the way you view the art inside them. In a rather progressive move, SunTrust (2575 Glades Cir., Ste. 1, Weston), Regions (1501 Bonaventure Blvd., Weston), and Comerica Bank (2800 Weston Rd., Ste. 100, Weston) have coupled up with The Americas Community Center to host an art exhibition called “V Salon De Las Americas.” What makes this art show so special isn’t just the 19 participating artists or the presentation in which their work is delivered – but rather, that you’re delivered to it.

Swing by any of the three branches from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on this, and every Friday through November 16 -- pop in, have a drink, refinance your house (we made that last part up), and then hop on a trolley that delivers you to the next installment of art and drinks, and then the next. They won’t even check your credit rating first. The art on display appears to be a grabbag of surrealism, photography, and a little modern to boot; if you can’t make it on Fridays for happy hour you can check it out during business hours as well. It’s free.
Fri., Oct. 19, 2007

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