Bigfoot hits Augusta during Free Art Friday

Artists make, hide cutouts downtown

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Eight pieces of Bigfoot art were placed in public places for First Friday crowds to find downtown during Augusta's first Free Art Friday.

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Artist Jay Jacobs hides a scuba Bigfoot for the first Free Art Friday in Augusta. Eight pieces were placed in public places for First Friday crowds to find. Free Art Friday taps into a worldwide scavenger hunt movement.  EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
Artist Jay Jacobs hides a scuba Bigfoot for the first Free Art Friday in Augusta. Eight pieces were placed in public places for First Friday crowds to find. Free Art Friday taps into a worldwide scavenger hunt movement.
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Scavenger hunts downtown.

Scavenger hunts downtown. Okay.

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