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Natural Selection
Through March 29, 2008

Only one week remains to view Maryland Art Place’s current exhibition, Natural Selection.

Addressing the notion of natural selection, the artists in this exhibition grapple with issues of existence and evolution as seen in the natural world, the human experience, and the convergence of the two. Produced in partnership with the Center for Emerging Visual Artists™.

To learn more about this and other programs of Maryland Art Place please visit: www.mdartplace.org

Maryland Art Place / 8 Market Place / Baltimore, Maryland 21202 / 410.962.8565

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