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The Columbia Art Center Galleries present:

Trick or Treat
A photography exhibition
October 20 – November 20, 2007
Opening Reception: October 27, 2007 6 – 8 pm

Photographers from the Baltimore Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) interpret the theme “Trick or Treat.” ASMP Baltimore Chapter Exhibiting Photographers: Denee Barr, John Dean, Bill Denison, Howard Ehrenfeld, Alan Gilbert, Maili Godwin, Judy Herrmann, Peter Howard, Nancy Kavanagh O’Neil, Nicholas McIntosh, Doug Miller, Mark Molesky, Cheryl Anne Nemazie, Mike Oliver, J. Brough Schamp, Brian Slanger, Michael Starke, Dan Whipps

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