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“A New Currency: Shared Resources” A group exhibition organized by Civilian Art Projects for 87FLORIDA on August 1

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As part of the “First on 1st Neighborhood Art + Music Walk” sponsored by the Pink Line Project and North Capitol Main Street, CIVILIAN ART PROJECTS has cooked up a summer show for 87FLORIDA:

Organized in conjunction with the New York City based School of Visual Arts MFA 2009 class who instigated a series of exhibitions and projects across the country called “A New Currency,” Civilian asked the following artists to create new or existing work that shared a common spirit of abundance.

In new and imaginative ways, artists in the exhibition interpret art and ideas as resources with a currency unlimited by monetary definition.

More information can be found on the SVA’s “A New Currency” project here: http://anewcurrency.blogspot.com/

“A New Currency: Shared Resources”
A group exhibition organized by Civilian Art Projects for 87FLORIDA includes:

Seth Adelsberger / Nicholas Carr / Anthony Dihle / Carole Wagner Greenwood / Ryan Hill / Erick Jackson / Amanda Kleinman / Kate MacDonnell / Cara Ober

‘found’ money drawing by Cara Ober

August 1 – September 26th
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 1, 12-4pm
Join us for refreshments, conversation, and art.

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