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The Daily Plan-It: Student Artwork, Public Property Naming, and R. KELLY!

Good morning! Who else fell asleep to the sounds of the Beach Boys singing Christmas tunes last night? No one? Me neither. So! On this, the fourth day of Christmas December, here is what's going on. 

The East Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition is still on display at the Knoxville Museum of Art. It's free to go look at everyone's work. The KMA opens at 10 a.m., so you can even go on your lunch break.

The Art Market Gallery is featuring exhibits of recent work done by Eric Gebhart, a nature and lanscape photographer, and Elaine Barnes, who works with clay. The gallery opens at 11 a.m. and it's free to go in and appreciate the artwork.

City Council's public property naming committee meeting is tonight at 5:30. Some streets and grassy areas will be renamed tonight in the Main Assembly Room of the City County Building. If you're interested, it's a good opportunity to learn about the process. Read the agenda here.

Also at 5:30, the Atheist Society of Knoxville is meeting at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria. It's free to attend and discuss, but the group does ask that attendees be atheist or atheist-friendly.

Jazz fans! Head to the Baker Peters Fine Dining and Lounge for the Jazz Continuum tonight at 7. Have a drink and enjoy those jams (21+ only). 

Guys, R. Kelly will be at the Tennessee Theatre tonight at 8 p.m. Tickets are $67.50-$124.50 (how often does R. Kelly come to Knoxville, though?). Buy them here. Don't miss this!

And if you're still out and about at 10 p.m., head over to the Preservation Pub and listen to Nickels and Dimes, a Baton Rouge, La., roots duo. Cover's $3. 21+ only.

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