Artopia 2016: Food, Fun and Did We Mention the Blood?

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Still wondering what to do with your Saturday night this week?  

Artopia returns at Winter Street Studios. Come for the food, drink, artists and celebration of all things artistic and creative in Houston, including, of course, the presentation of awards to our MasterMind winners. This year, as part of our lead-up to the big event, we're highlighting some of the artists in advance, and today we're here to show you the work of Reece Carnley.

So don't forget: 8-11 p.m. Saturday, January 30. Winter Street Studios, 2101 Winter. For information, visit houstonpressartopia.com. $55-$100. There's no better place to be.

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