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Everyone An Artist – an Art on Purpose Project at Stevenson University March 5

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Drawings on Paint Samples by Denise Tassin

They’re Playing My Tune

MARCH 2 TO APRIL 4, 2009
Reception :: Thursday, March 5, 6:00-8:00pm at the Stevenson University Art Gallery

Drawings and mixed-media works by Denise Tassin and college students from across the Baltimore region created directly from listening to music or in response to other forms of art and performance.

Featuring: Naim Al’Ali, Hayley Battaglia, Samantha Blee, Brandon Brizzi, Cindy Chen, Farideh Clinton, Anastasia Cote-Rumsey, John Descoteaux, Neil Gonzales, David Gray, Jamal Grizzle, Dimitra Hatzidakis, Monica Hughes, Sallah Jenkins, Simone Kinsale-Hinds, Alex Levine, Lingsheng Li, Stacey Montebello, Shyneka Moore, Caitlin Mortenson, Brian Sessions, Eugenie Tanguep, Tia Timpson, Kirsi Tuomanen Hill, Rebecca Ward, Joseph Widener, Jamille Wilson, Anthony Withers, Darius Yancey, Sierra Yelity-Paul

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