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50/50 Art Show and Sale

Keith Bowers
6-10 p.m. Friday. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Saturday February 23 | Art for sale, $50/piece.

 Curated by Brian Harmon, the second annual 50/50 show rests on a simple premise: 50 pieces of art, created by 50 local artists, all for exactly $50 a piece. The economy of late has been hugely detrimental to art sales.  This event will be a great way for arts patrons to add to their collections at a great price and to fuel the local art economy.



Where: Artisan Enterprise Center
Phone: 859-292-2322
Address: 25 W. Seventh St.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Covingtonkyarts

Artisan Enterprise Center

25 W. Seventh St.
Covington, Kentucky
41011
 
The AEC serves as a common ground for local artists and art venues to exchange information, host events, and even provides free workshop space.
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