Norcross' is saying goodbye to its current exhibit, but will have new artwork for its upcoming show shortly after.
With the last showing this Sunday, "Come Together" features work from nine artists who went to art school together 30 years ago in Havanna, Cuba. The artists decided to reunite after being separated for so long and collaborate on an exhibition.
"We bring all the passion we have as Cubans, and we try to show the meaning of Latin American art, especially Cuba," said Reinaldo Vargas, the curator for "Come Together" and the owner of the downtown gallery.
While guests can check out the Cuban artwork Friday through Sunday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., come back Thursday to check out the gallery's next exhibit, "Two Cameras Two Countries."
Photographers Kelli Griffin and Diane Watson give viewers a look into "colorful adventures and insightful discoveries" in Cambodia and Antigua, Guatemala, according to a statement from the gallery.
The opening reception for "Two Cameras Two Countries" will take place Thursday, June 7, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The artists will be present and wine will be available for guests. The exhibition will be up in the gallery through June 30.
Also, watch out for the gallery's first anniversary celebration in July, with a specific date to be determined. Vargas & Harbin Studio Gallery is located at 27 S. Peachtree St. in downtown Norcross.