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Denison Spring Art and Loft Tour set for weekend of March 27th

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 Downtown Denison will come alive with art the weekend of March 27th and 28th as the annual spring art and loft tour will get under way.
 
 Come and see why the Texas Commission for the Arts designated Denison as one of the seven first arts and cultural districts. The Denison Arts Council invites you to attend the 14th Annual Spring Fine Art Tour on Saturday, March 27 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 28 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. showcasing Downtown Denison galleries, studios and other art venues.
 
 The 2010 Denison Arts & Cultural District Directory will be your entree to enjoy a weekend of visual delight filled with artwork of every medium, art talks, demonstrations, receptions, and meet-the-artist opportunities.

 Downtown Denison's eclectic mix of galleries, studios and independent art spaces host over 100 artists community wide. Styles vary from elegant traditional oils to contemporary abstractions in cutting edge mediums.

 Complimentary transportation in Downtown Denison is provided to help you explore the diversity of our arts and cultural district this weekend. Be a part of the Denison Service League's Loft Tour on Saturday, March 27. View a selection of downtown's most unique living spaces including 6 lofts that are brand new to the Tour. This event raises money for local charities and the Denison Service League, which services these charities.

Tickets can be purchased the week of the event at The Bargain Box at 418 W. Main Street (903) 463–2398 or at the Denison Chamber of Commerce - 313 W. Woodard St.
For details on the 14th Annual Spring Fine Art Tour visit the DAC's web site at www.smalltownbigart.com or call the Denison Chamber of Commerce at (903) 465-1551.

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