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  • Sacramento 'Art Street' temporary exhibit opens

    A Sacramento artists group opens a temporary 'Art Street' exhibit on Friday, Feb. 3. Exhibits include a wide variety of art forms from local and international artists. The group M5 Arts was also behind the wildly popular 2016 Art Hotel, in which artists transformed a former single room occupancy hotel slated for demolition in downtown Sacramento into a giant art showcase. Art Street is located at 300 1st Ave. and runs through Feb. 25.

A Sacramento artists group opens a temporary 'Art Street' exhibit on Friday, Feb. 3. Exhibits include a wide variety of art forms from local and international artists. The group M5 Arts was also behind the wildly popular 2016 Art Hotel, in which artists transformed a former single room occupancy hotel slated for demolition in downtown Sacramento into a giant art showcase. Art Street is located at 300 1st Ave. and runs through Feb. 25. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
A Sacramento artists group opens a temporary 'Art Street' exhibit on Friday, Feb. 3. Exhibits include a wide variety of art forms from local and international artists. The group M5 Arts was also behind the wildly popular 2016 Art Hotel, in which artists transformed a former single room occupancy hotel slated for demolition in downtown Sacramento into a giant art showcase. Art Street is located at 300 1st Ave. and runs through Feb. 25. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee

Heading to ArtStreet this weekend? Here are five things to know (including where to park)

February 03, 2017 11:55 AM

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