Closing Reception Friday March 23 at Current

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Friday, March 23, 2007: Reenactments closing with performances

Current Gallery
30 south Calvert street

6:30-9pm: Non-Directed Scribbling Project — A table will be set up where people will fill hole-punched white notebook pages with indiscriminate scribbles. The results of this activity will be used to study the idea of publishing a low volume publication using ink jet printing on high school ruled paper. A core group of people will be scheduled for the event but it is possible for all visitors to contribute. Pens will be available but feel to bring your favorite pen.

7-9pm: Turntables, Billy Mode

9pm: A special Reenactments performance by: Lauren Bender and Ric Royer

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