Sherry Muyuan He’s exhibition at Soo Visual Art Center is all about how people connect through sharing knowledge. Guests won’t just be looking at art demonstrating this, however; at the opening reception, they’ll be invited to learn and share as well. The pieces featured in “Art Is Why I Wake Up in the Morning” are inspired by a recent trip to Tokyo, where He’s random meeting with a stranger resulted in an origami-learning session. At the opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 14, He will be inviting guests to create their own books, fashioned after breakfast items. There will be four items — eggs, toast, fruit, and cheese — all bound using a different technique. Come and learn and see the show.