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Sketch Tuesdays Recommended

When: Fourth Tuesday of every month, 6 p.m.
Price: free

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Sketch Tuesdays, founded in 2006, is a monthly event where 20 or so local artists hang out and make their art on a small scale. When the artwork is completed it becomes available to purchase by the audience mingling nearby -- and often for cheap! If you like the funky fresh art up on the wall just go find the artist seated at a cafeteria-style table and buy the art directly from the source. There is always a variety of artists using different techniques to create works, so chances are something will catch your eye. The event also serves as a get-together for the art community and a bonafide excuse to toss back a few cold ones on a Tuesday. For the aspiring art collector on a budget, this is a great way to get some high-quality art for a low price. The event itself is always free to attend and the venue has a full bar. Now if you appreciate other things, like being a creeper or hanging out under bridges, we imagine you would have a better time at something called "Sketchy Tuesdays," but we don't have any information on that non-existent event.
— Matt Saincome


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