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"Go Spurs Show"

Hailed as “an artistic tribute and convergence of professional basketball and fine arts,” the team-spirited exhibit “Go Spurs Show” unites more than 20 local artists—Agosto Cuellar, Amada Claire Miller, Ana Fernandez, Vincent Valdez, Ethel Shipton, Jake Zollie Harper and Avi Avalos (AKA Mr. Piñata) among them—in a multimedia celebration of “what it means to be a fan of the San Antonio Spurs.” Curated by Rigoberto Luna, the group show opens with a reception sure to stretch into overtime with “Spurs slam poetry” courtesy of Anthony the Poet and Amanda Flores, plus music by Ghostpizza, Snowbyrd and Executive Realness.

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