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Enjoy a provocative and playful discussion on Post Abstract Expressionist painting with Dr. Paul Ivey at Art Now! hosted by MOCA Tucson (265 S. Church Ave.) on Thursday, May 12 at 6 p.m. The discussion, meant to upend traditional art history lecture formats, will be open for guests to engage, participate and share their thoughts on the "art of our time." Admission is free for MOCA members and $5 for non-members and includes beer, wine and snacks. Visit www.moca-tucson.org for more information.

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