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Odd Nosdam DJs His Own Art Opening This Evening

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Get it Threw Your Thick Skull, promises to be a great exhibition of works by artists Antonio Diaz and David P. Madson -- aka Odd Nosdam of anticon records -- opens tonight at Andenken Gallery, 2990 Larimer Street, and will run through April 25. The opening reception, which starts at 7pm this evening, however, will feature a special treat: Odd Nosdam will be on hand to DJ the reception. This is a rare treat for art and music fans alike and should be one hell of a party, Denver. Here's a slide show sample of the work that will be on view:

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