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The Canal Convergence Experience

Lexy Romano

Lexy Romano, Reporter

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Canal Convergence met once again in downtown Scottsdale.

This year, the artwork centered around the themes of water, air and light.

More than 10 large-scale art installations were featured along the canal through Nov. 18.

The one-of-a-kind popular art show also featured live music, food, a wine and beer garden— and once the sun set the night ushered in an optimal viewing of the lighted pieces.

Canal Convergence, has become a popular event in the Valley as well as a destination for those who visit from out of town.

For many, Canal Convergence has become another must-do holiday tradition.

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The Canal Convergence Experience