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Performing and visual arts deals worth seeking out in Albuquerque this week

Looking to up your appreciation of the arts?

We've rounded up three artsy deals around Albuquerque this week that will scratch your cultural itch, from a pottery class to a photography lesson. 

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Up to 55 Percent Off Pottery Classes

Take advantage of this discount for hands-on pottery classes in which sculptors can create a permanent piece of art to use regularly, as a memento or to give to others as a gift. This two-hour session focuses on stress relief and relaxation.

Where: Not Made in China, 915 Yale Blvd. SE, Clayton Heights-Lomas del Cielo
Price: $19.50 (51 percent discount off regular price); Additional options are available.
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Up to 62 Percent Off Private Photography Lessons

Take advantage of a discount for a professional photography lesson, in which students will learn techniques such as composition, framing and more. The two-hour master course designs a personal curriculum that's tailored to individual needs. 

Where: Photo Santagto LLC, 4817 Haines Ave. NE, Sandia Ridge
Price: $113 (62 percent discount off regular price); Additional options are available.
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Up to 50 Percent Off Glass Making Class

Have you always wanted to learn how to blow glass? Here's your chance. Aurora Borealis Glassworks is offering a discount on a four-hour class for one or two people, in which a professional instructor will guide and help you to create your own paperweight.

Where: Aurora Borealis Glassworks, 5314 Kings Row NE, Arroyo del Oso North
Price: $125 (50 percent discount off regular price); Additional options are available.
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