2008 Creative Baltimore Fund Individual Artist Awards

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MFA Thesis 1 at MICA March 28, 5-7 p.m.


Dance: Naoko Maeshiba, Vincent E. Thomas

Literary: Betsy Boyd, Gregg Mosson, Lola Pierson, Sam Schmidt

Music: Audrey Chen, Gregory Deanda, Emmanuel Nicolaidis, David Sawyer

Performance, Theater: Keri Burneston

Visual Arts: Christopher Bathgate, Annie Chau, Don Cook, Alyssa Dennis, Amanda Gordon Miller, Melissa Moore, Christopher Myers, Timothy J. Nohe, Carly Ptak, James Rieck, R.L. Tillman, Elizabeth Wade, Michael Weiss, Erin Womack

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