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Artist Julia Dvorak talks art at Foxy Luu’s. Photo Tree Faerie.

What could be nicer than some tasty bao? Well, some tasty bao plus a chat about art – and some awesome music!

To entice your mind and your mouth, Foxy Luu’s is presenting a monthly Art & Bao showcase, with a new local artist every month. 

Last weekend’s artist, Julia Dvorak, talked through the creative process of her work, while Denny Ingram busted out live tunes as punters cozied up in a colourful corner with a cold bevvy in one hand (free BYO bayyybee) and a homemade bao bun – flavours and textures to blow all your senses – in the other.

Foxy Luu’s are hoping to hold Art & Bao every first Saturday of the month, and the next is planned for 4 December.

Roll up for Art & Bao at 4pm on the 4th to win free giveaways, tastings, and maybe make a new mate or two.

Foxy Luu’s – 90/96 Jonson St, Byron Bay NSW 2481


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