‘Arts In Common’ opening night postponed

From staff reports

The “Arts In Common” opening night event at the Coria Jacobs Gallery in Franklin that was originally scheduled to take place this evening has been postponed due to unexpected circumstances, said Stephanie Coria, who owns the gallery with her fiancé Reid Jacobs, on Thursday.

Coria said that the show will still officially open this weekend, although the gallery may have shortened hours today from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., but the ticketed evening event will likely not be held until sometime in November.

Updates will be posted on the gallery’s social media and website, and Coria said a 3D virtual tour of the show artworks will be posted there as well.