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MFA Exhibitions at Towson University November 18 – December 17

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Towson University MFA Thesis Exhibitions
November 18 – December 17, 2011
Criselle Anderson: I’m Discreet But I’ll Haunt Your Dreams
Callandra S. Cook: Collections and Accumulations
Rusean Myers: The Truest Test – A Visual Exploration of the American Father
Center for the Arts
Holtzman MFA Gallery
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