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Trade a Baton for a Paintbrush: 26.2 Hour Painting Marathon for an artistic cause 

Base Camp, a startup arts non-profit, is all about bringing a measure of art to Bend’s athletic lifestyle. The organizations title is a play on mountaineering and, this weekend, they will host a marathon style painting collaboration lasting 26.2 hours, one for every mile of a traditional marathon.
The group hopes to open its doors this fall, said founder Darlene Becker, a local artist and certified art therapist. They are looking for a space downtown to house workshops and open studio time with the goal of providing art education to an underserved audience.

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