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Knit Wit opens Friday, October 23 at Nudashank

5pm Closing Reception, 6pm Gallery Talk

Curator Rachel Sitkin discusses her view of the exhibition’s social relevance. Participating artists Alex Lukas and Michelle Hagewood speak to their interest in the manmade landscape.
Maryland Art Place building

In Our Nature: Artists Reflect on the Manmade Landscape
Art finds beauty in eco-systems

Artists: Kim Beck, Laura Cooperman, Michelle Hagewood, Alex Lukas, Igor Pasternak

Part of MAP’s Seventh Annual Curators’ Incubator Program
Free and Open to the Public. No RSVP required.
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