Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Grand Theft Art Show at Thunder Canyon Brewery This Weekend

Posted By on Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 10:00 AM

There's a lot of similarities between Tucson and Liberty City. Where else can you learn how to hotwire a car and pay with BitCoins?

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  • Photo courtesy of the Facebook event page.

Spirit Art House and BICAS are hosting the Grand Theft Art Show on Feb. 7 and 8 at Thunder Canyon Brewery, 220 East Broadway. The theme is art so good you want to steal it, but don't because that's not fair to the artist. BICAS will have superhero themed bikes for sale. 10% of the proceeds of all art sold at the show will benefit BICAS for their search for a new scene.

Rob Osborne, MatlockTheArtist, and Ethan Scott will have their art on display and for sale. Osborne is a UA alumni and prolific comic book writer and artist. Osborne is best known for his webcomic Talking Noggins, Interlude and The Nearly Infamous Zango.

There will be opportunities to spray paint an art car, learn vehicle hotwiring and stereo removal, and pay with BitCoins.

Bass Touch will be the musical guests on Friday, Feb. 7.

Click here to get all the details.

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