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Tonight: Roosevelt Row Hosts a Downtown Meet and Greet for Phoenix Artists

On First and Third (and any other) Friday of the month, art fans have the opportunity to check out artwork and meet a variety of local artists. 


Tonight, Roosevelt Row's hosting an opportunity for those artists and gallery owners to meet and hang out with each other. 


The gallery owner/artist neighbor pot luck and BYOB is a tradition in the downtown arts scene and is returning this year from a hiatus since 2002. And while the event's guaranteed to be full of emerging and established creatives in the arts community, coordinators note that family and friends are also welcome. 

The meet and greet will be from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight at monOrchid, 214 E. Roosevelt St. in Phoenix. For more information, check out the event invitation

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