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Art.Downtown 2017 showcase in pictures

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The ceramics work of Mose Brown, local artist and Aquinas student, on display at Cerasus Studio during Art.Downtown.

The ceramics work of Mose Brown, local artist and Aquinas student, on display at Cerasus Studio during Art.Downtown. /Brittany Devon

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May First Friday is right around the corner.

Art.Downtown on April 8 was a full day of local art presented by Avenue for the Arts which featured over 100 local artists, free trolley rides to hot spot locations, and bridged the gap between artists and attendees by being able to interact with each artist. Avenue for the Arts will host their summer artist market each first friday of the month in June, July, and August. Most work currently on display will be up for the remainder of the month of April. 

All photos taken by Brittany Devon, The Rapidian Arts & Culture Intern, and Mariah Cowsert, Community Outreach Coordinator for The Rapidian.Art.Downtown 2017

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