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Morning Mixer with the San Antonio Heron

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Join Artpace for its First Friday Morning Mixer sponsored by the San Antonio Heron! The SA Heron will provide free breakfast tacos and Estate Coffee will be serving up free espresso beverages. Learn about the Heron's journalistic efforts, and their participation in the News Match program, and visit the Artpace galleries to view its three new exhibitions. In the event of rain or very cold weather, the Morning Mixer will be held in the Student Studio instead of the rooftop.

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  • Artpace

    445 N. Main Ave., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 212-4900

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