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"50/250" 

When: Sat., Dec. 5, 2-6 p.m. and Tuesdays-Saturdays, 12-6 p.m. Continues through Jan. 30 2016
Price: Free
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Since introducing its contemporary art program back in 2013, the multitasking endeavor known as French & Michigan has experienced setbacks and successes ranging from a lengthy zoning battle to a triumphant arrival as one of Beacon Hill’s must-visit destinations. But one component of an umbrella that encompasses everything from design-build projects to an elegant furniture line, French & Michigan Gallery returns to square one with the second edition of “50/250,” a juried exhibition that takes shape in a straightforward installation of 250 “new, approachable” works of the same size (8 inches-by-8 inches) by 50 artists. Co-curated by Haus Collective creative director Faith Haddad, the group show brings together gift-worthy creations from the likes of Fernando Andrade, Wesley Harvey, Mark Menjivar, Amada Miller, Justin Parr and Cornelia White Swann.

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