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Old 10-28-2009, 01:38 PM
Matice A. McMillan
 
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Default Art Exhibition in Student Gallery !!

Hey All. Come out and check out a great exhibit in the Student Gallery in the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts. It will be up from October 28 until November 9th. Don't miss out.

Name: Seeing into Space: Black, White and Beyond
Curators: Matice McMillan, Merion Read and Laurel Simon.
Location: DOYO



Feel free to tell us what you think. Open for Discussion!!
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Old 10-28-2009, 11:42 PM
Xiomara M. Henry Xiomara M. Henry is offline
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Smile exhibit

hey i was at the art major and minor meeting and wanted to know how i can work study at the exhibition?
also, what are the times for your exhibition?

thanks
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Old 10-29-2009, 02:55 PM
Matice A. McMillan
 
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If you want to work in the Doyo as a work study student email Gabriele Hilt Cohen and you can meet with here.

Or student gallery hours are ALWAYS OPEN basically. The gallery is usually unlocked during 9am - 5pm Mons- Fridays. I dont think there is a set time but these times are the main times it is def. open.

Matice
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