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Pics from Eastern Connections – last weekend at MICA

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Men or Mice? The MENZ show at Flux by Cara Ober


Last Friday I went to visit the Hoffberger MFA Student’s Studios and attended “Eastern Connections,” an exhibit by graduate students Hwa Hyun Kim, Jenny Mullins, and Kim Manfredi, who all incorporate Eastern ideas and philosophies in their work. Fun stuff. But I missed the free art give-a-way. Damn. I always miss the free art.

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