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Photos: Scenes from Art Meets Beast 2012

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The second annual two-day celebration of the bison that is MCA Denver's Art Meets Beast kicked off on November 10 when Pete Marczyk of Marczyk Fine Foods carved an entire bison. The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver shared these fun photos of the festivities, which combined art and education through events including an animal showcase and food tours through a handful of local restaurants. Continue reading for a sneak peak -- and visit our full slide show for more images.

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For more photos, visit out full slideshow. "Art Meets Beast 2012."

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