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Guam Art Exhibition hosting Tumon show

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by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - The Guam Art Exhibition is holding an art show this evening in Tumon. The event, "Death of A Decade" displays talent from various artists throughout the community, as well as live music. GAX's Jeff Ejan says the exhibit allows young artist to gain more exposure with their artwork.

He said, "It's not something serious, it's just something for us to have fun with and just for us to put ourselves out there our generation. There's a lot of talented people out there its just that we don't have venues or events to put this out and this is pretty much what GAX is."

The GAX event is scheduled to begin at 6 this evening and is being held in the After 5 Lounge on the second floor of The Plaza in Tumon.

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