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Apr. 4, 2014 1:03 pm

HAHAxPara local artist scavenger hunt starts TODAY

In collaboration with Tattooed Mom and Philly Tech Week, HAHAxPara will spotlight artists’ work as well as different neighborhoods in the city in the spirit of community engagement and exploration.

If you ever wanted to learn more about the Philadelphia street art scene, now’s the time. Like, right now.

HAHAxPara, a community arts collaboration between the Philly-grown HAHA Magazine and Paradigm Gallery + Studio, is starting a scavenger hunt. Starting today, you can track down featured artworks by some of Philadelphia’s most notable artists — and maybe win a prize.

In collaboration with Tattooed Mom and Philly Tech Week, HAHAxPara will spotlight artists’ work as well as different neighborhoods in the city in the spirit of community engagement and exploration.

Every day, HAHAxPara will post a clue about where to find that day’s featured art work. Once you find the piece, snap a selfie in front of it and tweet or Instagram your pic with the hashtags #PTW14 and #hahaxpara. The scavenger hunt ends on April 12th, and the two players who find the most art will be selected to win a top-secret prize.

Check out HAHAxPara on Twitter or on their website to start looking today.

Companies: Tattooed Mom
Projects: Philly Tech Week
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