This is your last week to figure out "who dun it" at the Kemp Center for the Arts.
The 9th annual Mystery Art Exhibit closes this Friday with a bidding party and auction.
The Mystery Exhibit features a variety art pieces by artists from across the region, but all their names are hidden.
If you see something you like, you can fill out a form to place your bid.
The first person with the highest bid gets to take home the piece.
At the Mystery Art Festival Friday if two bids of 100 have been placed on the same piece a live auction will begin.
Organizers say the event gives the buyer a chance to be open to new types of art.
“You might think oh I love this artist so and so but then you don't know, maybe you love this artist, so if you kinda take the name out of it, it opens you up to discover new artist and new techniques,” says staff member Nancy Scott.
The money raised through the exhibit goes to provide art classes in local schools.
The Mystery Art Festival starts at 6 p.m. At the Kemp Center for the Arts on Friday.
For more information visit their website.