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Eye-popping Pasaquan celebrates grand reopening


Pasaquan, the colorful visionary art environment created by the late self-taught artist Eddie Owens Martin in Buena Vista, reopens Oct. 22 after being closed two years for restoration.

Food trucks, artists and performers including musician Col. Bruce Hampton and Glo dance troupe will help celebrate the day. Festivities are 10 a.m-6 p.m. and admission is free. Park at the Buena Vista courthouse and take the free shuttle that runs every 15 minutes.

After the grand opening, regular visiting hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays (closed in December and July). Pasaquan is located at 238 Eddie Martin Road off Ga. 137, 35 miles southeast of Columbus.

For details call 706-507-8306 or go to art.columbusstate.edu/pasaquan.php.


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