Lania D'Agostino show at Tapas Teatro

Left to right: Scott Hanscom, U.S. Department of Agriculture librarian, Falita Liles, USDA technical information specialist, Terri Ehrenfeld, U.S. Government Printing Office employee communications specialist, and Susan Valle, retired teacher<br><br>An opening-night party was held at Tapas Teatro to herald the Station North Arts District restaurant's first art exhibition. Several dozen guests enjoyed food and drink and took in the work on the restaurant walls by Baltimore-based artist Lania D'Agostino, who was there with her partner Lisa Stambolis.

( Photo by Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun / January 27, 2014 )

Left to right: Scott Hanscom, U.S. Department of Agriculture librarian, Falita Liles, USDA technical information specialist, Terri Ehrenfeld, U.S. Government Printing Office employee communications specialist, and Susan Valle, retired teacher

An opening-night party was held at Tapas Teatro to herald the Station North Arts District restaurant's first art exhibition. Several dozen guests enjoyed food and drink and took in the work on the restaurant walls by Baltimore-based artist Lania D'Agostino, who was there with her partner Lisa Stambolis.

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