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Knit Wit: Photos from the opening at Nudashank Gallery Friday, October 23

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Knit Wit – October 23 – November 18
An exhibition of contemporary knit and sewn work

Artists: Sarah Applebaum, Anthony Record, Nathan Vincent, Jennifer Strunge, Chiara Keeling, Todd Knopke





















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