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"Steal" This Artwork: Locust Projects Readies Smash & Grab Fundraiser

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Want to own art but have a hard time making decisions without some applied pressure? Want to financially support your local art community without breaking the bank? Well,

Locust Projects' annual Smash & Grab fundraiser

 continues to be the best event for possible art owners who want to add to (or start) their collection for less than $500 but also appreciate a nice game of chance.

This year, more than 100 artists, most from Miami, have contributed to Locust Projects' fundraiser. Here's how you can score one of their works of art: Buy a raffle ticket for $425. If your ticket is selected, you get to choose a piece from the remaining works. Delightfully simple but wonderfully unique. 

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