The Art of Storytelling Preview Party at AVAM October 5

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When: Friday, October 5, 2012 
What Time: 7:00pm – 10:00 pm 
Cost: AVAM Members FREE!/General Public $20
(PLEASE reserve or purchase tickets through MissionTix) 
Where: 800 Key Highway Baltimore, MD 21230 
Dress: Costumes encouraged! Represent your favorite literary character! 
Behold the American Visionary Art Museum’s brand-new, supremely original exhibition, THE ART OF STORYTELLING: Lies, Enchantment, Humor & Truth at our annual exhibition Preview Party! Don’t miss this exclusive sneak peek of the new thematic show before we open the doors to the public. 
Meet visionary artists in-person and hear their own personal narratives as you bear witness to the stories unravelling throughout the galleries. Join us for an unforgettable evening of music, entertainment, light fare & beverages (provided by Sacha’s & Max’s Taphouse), fantastic art and stories to share! 
Tickets: AVAM Members- REGISTER HERE for your free Preview Party ticket–one free ticket per Fan Club Card holder. Bring your Fan Club card or photo ID, and MissionTix ticket reservation confirmation to the event. 
PLEASE RESERVE your tickets to help us plan accordingly. 
General Public- CLICK HERE to purchase tickets for the Preview Party. The cost is $20/ticket, OR JOIN our Fan Club todady and get in FREE to the Preview Party and the Museum all year-long! Please bring your ticket purchase confirmation from MissionTix to the event.
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