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Instant Messages Reception Thursday, Dec. 10 at MAP

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Instant Messages
December 1, 2009 – January 9, 2010
Reception Thursday December 10, 5-8pm
Maryland Art Place presents Instant Messages and Reinvent an exhibition and installation created by students in MICA’s Graphic Design MFA program, directed by Ellen Lupton. These two special projects explore the empire of signs and messages in which we live.

Participating artists: Lauren Adams, Christina Beard, Chris Clark, Elizabeth Herrmann, Ann Liu, Chris McCampbell, Ryan Shelley, Wesley Stuckey, Beth Taylor, Isabel Uria, Supisa Wattanasansanee, Krissi Xenakis

Rush Hour: Art Beats Traffic / Thurs, Dec 10 / 5-8pm
Celebrate the exhibition Instant Messages and the unveiling of MAP’s first public art installation in our entrance hallway. Interact with original works of art and design in the galleries.

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