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Score prime art pieces on the cheap—well, depending on your definition of cheap— at the Affordable Art Fair, taking place at the Metropolitan Pavilion next Thursday through Sunday. Nothing is over $10,000, and several works start at just $100.
If you're jonesing for the first peek, snag a $65 "private look" ticket for Wednesday, April 2 from 7pm—10pm. Regular tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door for $20 ($15 when purchased online), though students and seniors pay just $10.
You can stop by Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 11am—8pm, and Sunday from 11am—6pm. And if you choose to go during the last two hours on Friday, admission is free.
·Affordable Art Fair [Official Website]