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The best performing and visual arts events in Atlanta this week

Looking to up your appreciation of the arts?

We've rounded up four artsy events around Atlanta this week that will scratch your cultural itch, from an art exhibition to painting classes.

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Black Phase

This art show will feature the work of Shrodrick Spikes. It is a retrospective of the work that was created after the death of his father. Expect therapeutic pieces of art.  

When: Saturday, April 20, 8:30 p.m.- Sunday, April 21, midnight
Where: The Blank Canvas ATL, 321 Nelson St. SW
Price: Free
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African-American History Museum

The Apex Museum is offering this deal on a museum membership. This is an African-American history museum. Expect a focus on America’s black community and its contributions to the world. 

Where: 135 Auburn Ave. NE
Price: $22 for Family Membership (56 percent discount off regular price). More ticket options are available. 
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BYOB Painting Classes 

Paint Sip Socialize allows students to create their own art work. They are led by instructors during the two-hour sessions. This is a BYOB event.  

Where: 1259 Glenwood Ave. SE
Price: $22 for Two Hour Painting Class for One (37 percent discount off regular price). More ticket options are available. 
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BYOB Painting Courses

Dip 'n Dab is offering this deal on its painting course. You can bring your own beverages of choice. Art instructors will you create a work of your own on canvas.  

Where: 549 Amsterdam Ave., Suite #3
Price: $16 for Two Hour Painting Class for One (47 percent discount off regular price). More ticket options are available. 
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