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Photography auction at Tap in Barrel in Smithtown

The front of the Tap and Barrel in

The front of the Tap and Barrel in Smithtown. (March 21, 2012) Photo Credit: Ian J. Stark

In 2011, The Cortland of Bay Shore and The Leaky Lifeboat in Seaford were host to a trend not familiar to many Long Islanders when the two pubs starting hosting monthly art shows – allowing local artists to show and sell their work via the venues. Now joining the mix is Tap and Barrel of Smithtown.

Called “Framed,” the event takes place on Sunday, March 25 from 3 p.m.-9 p.m. – and during such this establishment otherwise known for its extensive selection of beer will also allow for creative minds to exhibit their efforts – although this time the work displayed will be mostly photography (collages and illustrations will also be available).

Normally acknowledged for its dozens of beers on tap and by the bottle to choose from, Tap and Barrel will feature the work of several artists, including Jim Lynch, Dustin Herlich, Jen Iacona, Lucy Kang, Chris LaPorta, Fred Langstaff, Renee Michelle Andolina, Dana De Viva, Greta Essig, Jamie Greene, Adam Sue, Jim Browne, Mary Anne Devine plus Dan Woulfin and Gerry Woulfin – all of whom have donated various items to be auctioned off in support of WUSB 90.1-FM, Stony Brook University's radio station.

The door cover is $5, with live music from bands Salvatore Rex, Rice Cultivation Society, and My Summer scheduled as part of the festivities.


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