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Arts Crawl 2009: Art, Food, and Music

What: Visit studios where areas of study like painting, ceramics, sculpture, and many more will have displays of student work on view for visitors. Music of all genres by several local bands will fill the studios, classrooms and galleries with tunes. Free food, dance and juggling performances, arts demonstrations, and tours will be offered throughout the evening.

When: 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm on Friday April 3

Where: Visual Arts Building, Patterson Building, Theatre Arts Building, Stuckeman Architecture Building, Borland Lab Building, Palmer Museum of Art

Cost: Free!

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