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A mystery worth solving

Mum's the word at Adsum's charity art show and sale.

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It's the whodunit of art shows. Almost 100 pieces for $100 each, but there's a very interesting catch: You won't know the artist behind the piece until you buy it. It's Adsum Association for Women and Children's third year piquing the curiousity of art lovers in the name of fundraising. The collection of five-by-seven works ranges from photography to painting, and well-known to emerging artists. Boasting pieces from locals Sarah Jane Conklin and Ron Hazell and American illustrator David Cowles, who knows what you'll end up with? One thing is certain though, this cliffhanger will be washed down with champagne and hor d'oeuvres aplenty. –Allison Saunders

Thursday Nov 25, FRED, 2606 Agricola Street, 6-8:30pm, $25, 423-5049

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