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Performing and visual arts are hot in Minneapolis this week

Looking to up your appreciation of the arts?

We've rounded up four artsy events around Minneapolis this week that will scratch your cultural itch, from a mosaic class to art instruction.

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55% Off Beginner Mosaic Class at Mercury Mosaics

From the Mercury Mosaics deal description:

Each beginner designs and assembles a mosaic, learns to cut and glue tiles, and watches a demonstration on proper grouting.

Where: 1620 Central Ave. NE, Northeast Minneapolis
Price: $35 (55 percent discount off regular price)

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Up to 62% Off Two-Hour Art Classes

From the Clay Squared to Infinity deal description:

Kids and adults learn techniques for molding and shaping colorful polymer clays during classes with all materials included.

Where: 2505 N.E. Howard St., Northeast Minneapolis
Price: $21 (57 percent discount off regular price)

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The Museum of Russian Art - Up to 66% Off

From The Museum of Russian Art deal description:

Nonprofit, member-supported museum displays paintings, sculptures, photography, and folk art that highlight Russian culture.

Where: 5500 Stevens Ave., Windom
Price: $9 (62 percent discount off regular price)

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Up to 37% Off Admission to Hennepin History Museum

From the Hennepin History Museum deal description:

Mid-19th century quilts and beaded moccasins among artifacts displayed at Hennepin County history museum, situated in historic mansion.

Where: 2303 Third Ave. South, Whittier
Price: $4.50 (43 percent discount off regular price)

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