EUREKA! EUREKA! Happy Accidents and Exquisite Failures at Load of Fun, Saturday February 16

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Please come visit Load of Fun’s newest exhibit EUREKA! Happy Accidents and Exquisite Failures. The opening reception is this Saturday Feb 16th from 7-11pm. Live music, free nibbles and drinks, and lots of art, oh my! 30+ artists and its only up for 2 weeks!

Load of Fun is across from MICA’s Studio Center “Bank”, and Joe2, and is located at 120 West North Ave Baltimore MD. Don’t forget there is free parking behind the building

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