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Futuristic Costume Ball and Fundraiser at Creative Alliance Saturday April 14

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Here are some of the artists and patrons, decked out, at the ball. It looks like lots of fun and included a gambling wheel and a specially installed bar, not to mention pink-sponge-paint-and-rocket painted walls for the art to hang on. This event was curated and organized by Amy Raehse.

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