The trees are turning golden, and so is the art scene, as summer shows give way to fall exhibitions and change is in the air. The Museo de las Americas and Regis University’s Dayton Library turns to LatinX views, with a spot-on relevant mural show and a showcase for Chicano community leaders Arlette and Stevon Lucero; Emmanuel galleries travels back to the punk/new wave pop culture of the ’70s and ’80s; Black Cube follows an aspen grove through the seasons; BMoCA debuts fall shows; and the McNichols Building give a couple of nods to the longevity of artists.
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