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Support the arts: Frame of Mind offers unique opportunity for community to come together with artists

Frame of Mind has always been more than just an eyewear store. Owner Mark Plessinger is a longtime supporter of the arts community in Columbia, and his newest project is one never seen in the Midlands before, and perhaps never seen anywhere before.

The first edition of Collectively Supported Art (CSA) is set for Friday, Nov. 17 at Frame of Mind, but advance ticket sales are needed to make it happen. The event offers a chance to see an artist create a new and unique work of art, and then take home a piece of that work, one unlike any other.

Mark and artist Lucas Sams took time to explain how it works.

More information on CSA is available here. The first 25 people to buy tickets will have a chance to choose which piece of Sams’ creation they want, in the same order as which they purchased tickets, so get yours early! Click here to purchase yours.

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