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Baby Aztro: Forty's Acres Mules Art Exhibit

Baby Aztro's first art exhibition “Forty’s Acres Mules” will be on display at Black Dot Studios. Over 15 original paintings by the artist curated by prayxplot. Accompanying the art exhibit will be a preview of his upcoming album created with local producer extraordinaire Bolde.hu. Opening reception of the exhibit begins Saturday, October 30th at 7:00 PM and will run until 10:30 PM . Cater Your Heart will have food available for purchase along with complimentary beverages.

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