Dog Day Afternoon at Eyelevel Gallery

Canines take over the gallery, this Sunday afternoon.

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Not since dogs playing poker has there been such a great union between art and our canine friends. As part of Eyelevel Gallery's 35 Days of Non-Organized Art, artist Mathew Reichertz is organizing "Dog Day Afternoon." He explains this fur-friendly event: "People are invited to bring their dogs to the gallery between noon and 5pm on Sunday, April 26. The movie, Dog Day Afternoon, with Al Pacino, was filmed in New York City 35 years ago, the same year that Eyelevel was established in Halifax. It seems fitting to honour Eyelevel's anniversary with, at long last, a Dog Day Afternoon of its own; but instead of a bank robbery gone wrong, it will be a day of doggy pleasure done right. There will be treats and water and fun times for all."

You had me at "ruff..."

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