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Gallery Night and Day
Historic Third Ward Events - 2016
Gallery Night and Day - Official Participants

Gallery Night and Day ~ October 21 & 22, 2016

Join us for Gallery Night and Day, the Midwest's premier art event.

This world-class event features an evening of gallery hopping and art viewing beginning Friday, October 21 and continuing during the day on Saturday, October 22.

This fall, the quarterly event showcases 50 venues throughout the downtown Milwaukee area. Admission is free to all participating venues during event hours listed below. Download a participant map here.

Parking, Transportation, and Lodging

Find the best places to park and stay during your Gallery Night and Day experience on our Get Around page.

For Additional Information
Please call the Historic Third Ward Association at 414.273.1173.


Cathedral of St. John - Map 1
812 N. Jackson St. • 414.276.9814 •
The Works of Catholic High School Students
The Cathedral is proud to display in the Cathedral Treasury works done by art students from area Catholic high schools. Media includes ceramics, textile, photography, painting and pencil drawings.
Friday 5:30-8:30pm

David Barnett Gallery - Map 2
1024 E. State St. • 414.271.5058 •
Fine Art Photography - Transcending language
Through heightened visual experience one gets joy and a deeper understanding of the artists’ thoughts and vision. Artists: David Barnett, Tom Ferderbar, Phil Krejcarek, Spicuzza, Joan Dvorsky, Barbara Slane, Murray Weiss, Jessie Spiess, Robert Sheer, George Zimbel, James Auer, Edward Curtis and Diana Sowder. Exhibition runs October 21through January 14, 2017.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 5pm

Grohmann Museum - Map 3
1000 N. Broadway • 414.277.2300 •
On the Job: Photography by Jim Seder
Following decades of work in local industry, Jim Seder resolved to take a new look at work- and the worker-through the lens of his camera. This homage to work took the form of portraits of the workers he encountered in daily life. Included are carpenters, masons, landscapers and the like, all captured in a trademark style in which the subject is the singular focus. This exhibition features dozens of Seders recent photographs of working people. Exhibition runs September 9 through December 11.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, featuring a Gallery Talk with the Artist at 7pm, Saturday, Noon to 6pm

Hotel Metro - Map 4
411 E. Mason St. • 414.272.1937 •
Hotel Metro features various local artists from the Visual Artists of Wisconsin South East Chapter and a live performance by Sophia’s Heart – Danny Gokey’s youth and family support foundation – at 6pm. Drink and appetizer specials until 10pm by Pastiche at
the Metro.
Friday: 5 to 10pm

Milwaukee LGBT Community Center - Map 5
1110 N. Market St., 2nd Floor • 414.271.2656 •
A Life’s Work: Remembering James Faulkenberg
Featuring work from the late Milwaukee artist James Faulkenberg (1952-1992). Faulkenberg’s work spanning the 1970’s and 1980’s is the most comprehensive to date. Featured in the show are drawings, sketches, fiber pieces, and paintings.
Friday: 5 to 8pm

Morning Glory Gallery - Map 6
929 N. Water St. (Inside the lobby of the Marcus Center)
414.765.7227 •
10 Year Anniversary Celebration
Celebrating 10 years of Wisconsin fine crafts! Featuring: jewelry, fiber, leather, wood, sculpture, glass, photography, ceramics, painting and mixed media by Wisconsin and regional artists.
Friday: Noon to 9pm, Saturday: Noon to 9pm

Pfister - Artist in Residence - Map 7
424 E. Wisconsin Ave. • 414.273.8222 •
Pfister Artist in Residence, Pamela Anderson invites you to visit her studio on Gallery Night and Day weekend to view new works from her Gilded Series based on her experience of the environment of the elegant hotel. She is excited to share her interpretation of the spaces and architectural elements in her painting with you. Then visit the Pfister Pop-Up Gallery to view artworks by artist Leonard Porkchop Zimmerman, who is the subject of HAPPY, a documentary by Milwaukee filmmaker Michael McKinley, featured at this year’s MKE Film Festival. End your evening at the Pfister with a fabulous after party 9-11 p.m. with complimentary snacks and a cash bar. Music by the Donna Woodall Group.
Friday 5 to 11 pm, Saturday 10 am to 4 pm

Urban Milwaukee: The Store - Map 8
755 N. Milwaukee St. • 414.395.0632 •
Milwaukee Imagined
See Milwaukee like never before. Artist and transportation planner John O’Neil uses his urban planning education to hand draw a more vibrant city. O’Neil recreates Milwaukee classics like the Lakefront Depot and reimagines historic streets like Brady, North and Wisconsin.
Friday: 5 to 10 pm, Saturday: 11 am to 3 pm

Village Church Arts Gallery - Map 9
130 E. Juneau Ave. • 414.273.7617 •
Paintings and mixed media by Noreen Cook, Carol Glass, Jennifer Hellermann, Thea Kovac, Robin Leehouts, Deb Marett, Jody Ranberger, Leah Robertson, Virginia Stocker, Julia Taylor, Gail Macaskill Towers and Robert Zondag. Appetizers and live music 5-9 Friday. Exhibition runs October 21 through November 13.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 1 to 3pm


A Trio Jewelry Design Studio - Map 10
215 1/2 N. Water St. • 414.431.7112 •
Featuring Rachel E Hughes and her Bold & beautiful graphic illustration inspired mainly by the Day of the Dead. A Trio is a 5th generation Jewelry Design studio. Design, repair manufacturing all work done on site. 3 time A-List award winners. Stop in for free cleaning and polishing.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday noon to 3pm

Abacus Architects - Map 11
225 E. St. Paul • 414.837.6150 •
Relational Architecture
View the current work of Abacus Architects. Creating places that inspire, enrich or simply work well is vitally important to us. In fact, every project we pursue is based on our ability to advance our clients lives
Friday: 5 to 9pm

Art Upstairs Gallery and Studio - Map 12
207 E. Buffalo, Suite 202 • 414.778.0988 •
Multi-layered watercolor paintings, reflecting the quiet serenity of the natural world by Lois Buley Wirth. Abstract forms and landscapes charged with emotion and mood through the use of deep rich hues and flowing compositions by Patricia Gilman Graham; pastel and acrylic. Normal gallery hours are Saturdays 12 to 4pm, and by appointment.
Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: 11am to 4pm

Associated Bank - Map 13
102 N. Water St., Suite 101 • 414.902.2777 •
“Iconic” by Cole Kluesner
I’m just a simple guy who finds joy in artwork. I truly appreciate the creation process and will always find peace with art.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm

Clear Water Outdoor - Map 14
250 N. Water • 414.937.5483 •
Artist Ken Vonderberg and Clear Water Outdoor share a unique partnership. You will find Kens landscape, fine art photography paired with CWO merchandise and on display during store hours. Each piece completes a story that creates a dynamic experience for viewers and shoppers alike.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 8pm

Cramer-Krasselt - Map 15
246 E Chicago Street • 414.227.3531 •
Local painter Tom Berenz calls his pieces “piles,” a mash-up of broken memories combined with pop culture references, trendy painting gestures and bits and pieces of what one might call “junk.” The exhibit also boasts C-K’s own artists within its walls.
Friday: 6 to 9pm

Gallery 218 - Map 16
207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 218 • 414.643.1732 •
Fall Showcase 26th Annual
Contemporary abstract works in painting, photography, collage, watercolor, encaustic. Gallery Artists: Judith Hooks, Bernie Newman, Rande Bark, Joanne O’Hare, Harry Wirth, Karen Williams, Michael Karl. Live Jazz by Keith Watling, cash bar, appetizers. Located in the Marshall Building, 2nd Floor. Artist applications reviewed every Saturday. Exhibition October 21 through November 28.
Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: Noon to 5pm

Gallery 326 - Map 17
221 N. Broadway • 414.906.1990 •
Gallery 326 is a collaborative group of artists in Milwaukee and the surrounding area looking to get local artists back in the spotlight!
Friday: 6 to 10pm, Saturday: 6 to 10pm

Gallery MKE - Map 18
207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 421 • 414.526.2574 •
Fun fine art, artisan jewelry and gifts by Mary Culling, Sally Lautmann and friends. New in the Gallery? Small pop art prints under $40, beaded mosaic pendants and introducing “BE attitudes” silver jewelry. Commissions welcome – custom pieces make great Holiday gifts! Light refreshments.
Friday: noon to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 5pm

Halling & Cayo, S.C. - Map 19
320 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 700 • 414-271-3400 •
The Works of Curt Crain and Dave Braeger
One of the Midwest’s premier artists, Curtis Crain’s work in oils on canvas includes landscapes, portraitures, and subjects drawing upon his many years as a captain, sailing to all points on the compass.
Alive in color and loose geometric shapes, D. Braeger’s work has been defined as a “festive mix” of his inspirations, Kandinsky and Miro.
Friday 5-9pm

Hudson Business Lounge - Map 20
310 E. Buffalo St. • 414.220.9460 •
Eric Oates: Pop-Expressionism
Hudson is pleased to welcome Eric Oats for Gallery Night and Day. Hollywood stars, entertainers, models and superheros all make up the characters that populate Eric Oates canvases. Inspired by comics, magazines and the occasional anime, Oates translates the familiar into the world of art. Exhibition runs October 14-January 6th.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 6pm

Italian Community Center - Map 21
631 E. Chicago St. • 414.223.2180 •
Italian Heritage
In honor of Italian Heritage month, we will be showing some of our artifacts and photos of the families of the Italian Community Center.
Friday: 6 to 10pm, Saturday: 11am to 3pm

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers - Map 22
525 E. Chicago St. • 414.220.9200 •
Leslie Hindman Auctioneer’s Fall Auction
Please join us for an early preview of Leslie Hindman Auctioneer’s November 4 Milwaukee Fall Auction, featuring a wide variety of Furniture, Decorative Arts, and Fine Art, as well as the work of celebrated Wisconsin and regional artists.
Friday: 5 to 8pm, Saturday: 10am to 2pm

Lily Pad Gallery West - Map 23
215 N. Broadway • 414.526.1047 •
Lily Pad Gallery West provides the finest quality realism, naturalism, impressionism and abstract works of art. Drawing upon over forty artists, the gallery brings quality art reminiscent of 19th century French painters, Dutch masters and US modern works of abstract art.
Friday: 5 to 9pm and Saturday: 11am to 5pm

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design - Map 24
273 E. Erie St. • 414.847.3200 •
Dan Friedman: Radical Modernist
Frederick Layton Gallery

The work of legendary designer Dan Friedman is featured in this comprehensive exhibition that illustrates Friedman’s unique vision and contributions to graphic design, and the broader realm of visual culture. In his category of defying art-furniture, wall pieces and screens, he dared to make pieces whose sole function was to delight and engage. Exhibition runs October 1 through December 3.

User Experience: Products That Shape Our Lives
Brooks Steven Gallery

This exhibition explores the evolution of various product lines and their interactivity with their human users. Through the lenses of engineering, ergonomics and emotion, this interaction is explored in the everyday products that populate the daily lives of American consumers. The exhibit is co-curated by James Wiemer and Mark Lawson, with art direction by Dale Shidler. Exhibition runs October 21 through February 25.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 5pm

Neroli Salon and Spa - Map 25
327 E. St. Paul Ave. • 414.227.2888 •
See artwork in the making with a live photo shoot. Neroli Salon & Spa’s creative team is collaborating with Front Room Photography on showcasing local families in support of breast cancer awareness month. BONUS: Complimentary makeup refreshes for all Gallery Night Visitors.
Friday: 5 to 8pm

OIL, a city gallery - Map 26
207 E. Buffalo St., Lobby • 414.588.6823 •
Urban + Agrarian Landscapes
Contemporary gallery with new works created and displayed every Wednesday through Friday from 3 to 6:30pm, and Saturday from noon to 5pm, and by appointment. Featuring Hal Koenig’s urban and landscape canvases, and guest artist Richard W. Patt’s agrarian landscapes. Exhibition is ongoing.
Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: noon to 5pm

Portrait Society Gallery - Map 27
207 E. Buffalo, 5th floor • 414.870.9930 •
A Social Forever
“A Social Forever” presents hundreds of images by Art Elkon, a prolific social media photographer who devotedly documented Milwaukee’s art and music scenes. “Good Morning, Milwaukee” by Blyth Renate Meier, is a dazzling installation of small, black and white architectural photos, originally presented on Instagram as a daily practice. “The Faces of a Fish Empire” reveals decades of a family business whose owner steadfastly took portraits of his employees. Exhibition runs September 9 through November 6.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 5pm

The Renaissance Building - Map 28
309 N. Water St., Suite 500 • 262.617.4896 •
Language Abstracted
Nina Ghanbarzadeh lives between two cultures (American-Persian) and finds herself translating constantly. She elevates written words as a means to shift perspectives in her works, asking the question-is it necessary to translate when text becomes art of its own? Exhibition runs September 23 through January 6.
Friday: 5 to 9pm

Sadler Gallery - Map 29
207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 200 • 414.278.1395 •
“The Joy of Being Alive”
Sadler Gallery will be highlighting the talents of featured artist Bridget Griffith Evans. Griffith Evans has drawn her inspiration from the Bay Area School. Liberal amounts of paint with fluid brushwork, varying degrees of abstraction in her paintings, highlight the inherent sensual beauty of paint. The free handling and multi-layered approach have a kinetic energy. Please join us to celebrate her most recent works that speak of the boundary between representation and color field becomes blurred.
They are an ode to the joy of being alive. (source: Tom Hoffman)
Friday 5 to 9pm, Saturday 11am to 3 pm

(SHOO) - Map 30
241 N. Broadway • 414.765.2355 •
theMINIclassy: Makers of high end streetwear for the kiddos, theMINIclassy’s designs are uniquely fashionable and functional. Each piece is made in the Midwest and literally kid-approved. With ahead of trend designs and seasonal collections they are known for unique print and pattern mixing that rotate quickly to offer exclusive appeal.
Friday: 5 to 9pm and Saturday: 10am to 5pm

Splash Studio: a painting bar - Map 31
184 N. Broadway • 414.882.7621 •
A Time of Reaping (Cleven), How To Walk (Guma)
Splash Studio presents three new exhibits from Splash artists Brooke Lynn Cleven, Emily Giles, and Stephen Guma. Cleven’s show, A Time of Reaping, focuses on the beauty of fall. Giles will present a series of mixed media portraits incorporating paint, thread, and paper, entitled Pulled Together/Pulled Apart. Guma will exhibit How to Walk, a demonstration of his illustrative style and strong sense of light. Exhibition runs October 21 through
November 20.
Friday: 6 to 10pm, Saturday: 11am-6pm

Swig - Map 32
217 N. Broadway • 414.431.7944
Unadorned Magazine
Celebrate the unveiling of Unadorned Magazine’s premier issue featuring inspired, modern, content for the engaged couples on the fresh water coast. The launch experience features collaborative floral installation, a circus themed photo booth, refreshments and free magazine distribution.
Friday 6pm-9pm

Timothy Cobb Fine Arts - Map 33
207 E. Buffalo St. • 414.271.4150 •
Contemporary Conversations
“Two photographers, a painter, a sculptor and a ceramicist walk into a gallery…” This smart and adventurous exhibition features Joseph Fellows and Bill Lemke-silver gelatin prints, Tyler Potnick-oil paintings, Nathan Hatch-sculpture, and Minkyu Lee-ceramics. Yet another home run for “Milwaukee’s Destination Gallery”. Exhibition runs October 14 through November 11. Artists’ reception Friday, October 14, 5 to 9pm.
Friday: 11am to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 4pm

Tory Folliard Gallery - Map 34
233 N. Milwaukee St. • 414.273.7311 •
Charles Munch-New Paintings
Inspired by his life in rural Wisconsin, Charles Munch’s paintings continue to be meditations on the complex relationships between humans, animals, and nature. Munch uses bold, graphic lines and careful composition’s to evoke questions and suggest possible solutions. These deceptively simple landscapes envision a world where natures balance is restored. Exhibition runs October 21 through November 26.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: Artists reception 1-3pm, informal talk at 2.

YamaYoga - Map 35
231 E Buffalo St #201 • 414.224.1519
Mindful Mediums: The Art of Yoga
It is a rich mix of artists from the local yoga community working in their various areas of artistic expertise; mala beads, clothing, photography and more. The evening will include an opportunity for some interactive, hands-on art making as well as appreciation and purchase.
Friday 5-9pm



AlphaBANG! Gallery - Map 36
228 S. 1st St., 2nd Floor
Darren Cole Multimedia Exhibition
Milwaukee native Darren Cole returns from Boston for his first mixed media art gallery exhibition at AlphaBANG! Gallery.
Friday: 6 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 2pm

Arts @ Large - Map 37
908 S. 5th St. • 414.763.7379 •
Sweet 16 Celebration!
Join us for a Sweet 16 celebration as Arts @ Large kicks off our sixteenth year of community service! The exhibit highlights our impact on thousands of Milwaukee’s students, teachers, artists and community members, while celebrating our place for the future, including a new Arts @ large building! Exhibition runs October 21 through Jan 1, 2017.
Friday: 5 to 8pm, Saturday: noon to 4pm

Black Sheep - Map 38
216 S. 2nd St. • 414.223.0903 •
Nerd Nouveau
A collection of pieces by Milwaukee illustrator, Jonathan Warobick. All original pieces inspired by pop culture, cinema, and music.
Friday: 4pm to 1am, Saturday: 11am to 1am

Great Lakes Distillery - Map 39
616 W. Virginia St. • 414.431.8683 •
Scott Evenson began practicing photography as a hobby 12 years ago, and the habit progressed to more. He has certain ideas for shots, yet viewer’s eyes occasionally have different takes. Often enough, he lets the pictures speak for themselves.
Friday: 5-10pm

Harley-Davidson Museum - Map 40
400 W. Canal St. • 414.287.2789 •
Matt Walksler’s “JDH-XR” – a named he coined – was a standout at the 2016 Born-Free motorcycle show and will be on display at the H-D Museum beginning in October 2016. Both visually stunning and mechanically ingenious, it combines the elegant look of Harley-Davidson racing bikes of the 1920s with the muscular engine configuration of the modern XR-750. Free Museum admission on Friday from 5-9 p.m. Regular admission applies on Saturday.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 6pm

IndependenceFirst - Map 41
540 S. 1st Street • 414.291.7520 •
Bold/Visual 2016
From powerful mixed media pieces that combine personal expression and disability advocacy to a nostalgic look, in acrylic, at the coin operated machines of yesteryear, the work of six artists with disabilities explores themes both personal and universal. Panel discussion at 7pm on Friday. Exhibition runs October 3 through October 27.
Friday: 5 to 9pm

The Iron Horse Hotel - Map 42
500 W. Florida St. • 414.374.4766 •
Rory Pitman
The artwork of Rory Pitman is an art brut exploration of color, texture and line. It combines elements of abstract expressionism, color field painting and poetic imagism. It seeks to chart undiscovered dimensions of artistic space while remaining rooted to the earth and built environment. Many pieces crescendo with bright, contrasting colors splattered and dripped across underlying geometric patterns, constructing surreal images that almost achieve animation and flight. Some pieces whisper in the night to seashell ears tuned to astral wavelengths. All pieces are freedom. No pieces would be possible without the love of his lady, family, friends and city.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm

Kunzelmann-Esser Skylight Gallery - Map 43
710 W. Historic Mitchell St. • 414.647.8770 •
Kunzelmann Esser Skylight Gallery is featuring Pranav Ganesh International Collective Exhibition with original works by Milwaukee artists and prints by international artists. Pranav Ganesh Art Exchange is an organization dedicated to love and healing through art. Founded by Joanne Monyelle in remembrance.
Friday: 4 to 7pm, Saturday: 11am to 3:30pm

Scathain llc - Map 44
422 S. 4th St. • 414.988.4031 •
Scathain, a design & build firm specializing in custom mirrors, metal patinas, and unconventional wood finishes, will open their doors for Gallery Night. They will be hosting Teresa Lind, a metal sculptor known for depicting feminine women in traditionally male professions, and Indie La Londe who explores abstraction through mirror mosaic and painting.
Friday: 5 to 10pm

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts - Map 45
839 S. 5th St. • 414.364.0687 •
Dia de los Muertos Exhibition
The rich Latin American tradition of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) honors the dead while celebrates life and loved ones still with us. Each year local artists and organizations create ofrendas (alters/offerings) to honor family, friends and community members. Ofrendas are often decorated with traditional elements like papel picado, marigold, sugar skulls, as well as spiritual items like salt, water and food as offerings to the returning spirits. Opens on Gallery Night with traditional Mexican snacks and folk dance performance. Exhibition runs Oct. 21-November 19.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: Noon-5pm



Ayzha Fine Arts Gallery & Boutique - Map 46
275 W. Wisconsin Ave. • 414.220.4355 •
The Bold and the Beautiful
Featuring two Chicago artists – Minnie Watkins, who paints striking black and white images and uses color on bold black backgrounds, and Dana Todd Pope, whose abstract painting has been featured on the season finale of the “Empire” TV show and who creates beautiful, yet probing art. Also, new wearable art by Francis Annan Affotey, a new installment in Kevin Boatright’s “Jigaboos & Styrofoam” series, new vinyl art work by Ariana Sprewer, and new photography by Andrew Ratzmann and Richard Allen. Exhibition runs October 21 through December 6.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: Noon to 4pm

Gallery @ The Blue - Map 47
310 W. Wisconsin Ave. • 414.273.5500
Wauwatosa Artists Workshop
Located in the lobby of the iconic blue glass building on 3rd and Wisconsin, Gallery @ The Blue presents an eclectic exhibit of diverse subjects with multi-media use in art by the members of the Wauwatosa Artist’s Workshop (WAW). Exhibition runs October 10 through November 26.
Friday: 5:30 to 9pm

MOWA on the Lake - Map 48
1800 N. Prospect Ave. • 414.272.2022 •
Nature Studies by Katie Musolff and Lynne Railsback
Katie Musolff and Lynne Railsback are two watercolor painters who depict the natural world in delicate and intricate detail. Musolffs paintings of butterflies, birds, bugs, and other creatures have an Audubon-esque quality. Railsback approaches her work with a botanist’s eye, creating a colorful canon of paintings of flowers, leaves, roots, and branches. This exhibition celebrates the organic world with precision and beauty.
Exhibition runs October 20 through February 8. Artist talk: Thursday, October 20, 7pm.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10 to 5pm

The North End - Map 49
1635 N. Water St. • 414.224.8900 •
A Neighborhood By Design
Stephanie Barenz, a local artist and former Mandel Creative Studio Resident, recently completed four murals for their new development, Aperture, located in the North End. Mandel hired Barenz to visually communicate Aperture’s connection to the river valley and depict the regenerative narrative of the North End community. Please stop by The North End to view the 10’ x 30’ murals, which took over the course of three months to complete. Stephanie Barenz will be present.
Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10 to 5pm

RedLine Milwaukee - Map 50
1422 N. 4th St. • 414.491.9088 •
CultureJam MKE-Revolution
CultureJam MKE comes to Redline with a revolutionary exhibition! Revolution is the fifth installment in the provocative CultureJam MKE series, showcasing 30+ outstanding regional artists challenging dominant notions of the relationship between human beings and their physical and mental environments. Exhibition runs October 20 through December 17.
Friday: 6 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 3pm




Gallery Night and Day is presented quarterly by the Historic Third Ward Association. Special thanks to 2016 event sponsors: 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, Associated Bank,Haggerty Museum of Art, Halling & Cayo, The Pfister Hotel
and Physician's Realty Trust.


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