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Detroit Artist Bazaar

From the producers of Detroit Rummage comes a new annual event showcasing and supporting Detroit artists called the Detroit Artist Bazaar. Taking place on Sunday August 30th 2015 at Detroit's Tangent Gallery, this event will feature 35 local artists of a diversity of styles and mediums selling their own original art from small curios to larger wall pieces. All artists keep 100% of their commissions so stop in and support local artists. This indoor event opens from noon until 6pm with the bar open for soft drink and beer purchases. Admission is free and all ages are welcome.

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