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American Visionary Art Museum

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AVAM is the official national museum and education center for self-taught, intuitive artistry. 3 renovated historic industrial buildings house wonders created by farmers, housewives, mechanics, retired folk, the disabled, the homeless, & the occasional neurosurgeon – all inspired by the fire within!
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April 5, 2019
If you like creative artwork, you'll enjoy this cool museum which is a 5 minute walk away from you.
December 27, 2018
modern art gallery with an interesting selection of pieces.
December 20, 2018
A really cool art museum featuring exclusively outsider artists (non-professionals).
December 3, 2018
My favorite museum dedicated to untrained artists
November 13, 2018
Unique, inside and out! Come check it out! They rotate exhibits frequently.

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