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The Frank Gallery, a nonprofit artists’ collective showcasing local and regional fine artists, closed its seven-year storefront at 109 E. Franklin St. just before Christmas. The new gallery is now open in University Place mall – in the former Tyndall Galleries – and will hold a grand re-opening event on Friday, Feb. 9. Bernard Thomas bthomas@heraldsun.com
The Frank Gallery, a nonprofit artists’ collective showcasing local and regional fine artists, closed its seven-year storefront at 109 E. Franklin St. just before Christmas. The new gallery is now open in University Place mall – in the former Tyndall Galleries – and will hold a grand re-opening event on Friday, Feb. 9. Bernard Thomas bthomas@heraldsun.com

Chapel Hill’s Frank Gallery moves on after ‘a great run’ on Franklin Street

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