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Clay Gallery moves online

 

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Wilson says Clay Gallery will come to physical life several times a year in pop-up events. They haven't settled on a venue yet--she envisions a bar, with music. The gallery's last in-store event will be August 1, but don't expect to see big markdowns, says Wilson: "It's not a closeout sale. We're not going out of business."

Opening in its place in September will be the Pangborn Collection: "gifts, home decor, and fashion accessories including jewelry," made or chosen by Detroit artist/designer Dominic Pangborn. Landlord Jim Curtis of Curtis Commercial says they're "extremely excited" to have landed Pangborn. "It's like Selo/Shevel on steroids," he says.    (end of article)

[Originally published in June, 2014.]

 

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