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Photos from the BMA’s Late Night

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Inspirational Thanksgiving Quotes from Nora Ephron

If you missed the BMA’s late night stampede, er, event last Saturday, that’s ok. Here are a couple of shots of the throngs of devoted contemporary art fans loving the newly renovated, art-ivated, Contemporary Wing. This event was really fun, down to the last drop of homemade BMA sangria, but I have to admit, at times I felt like a sardine! Kudos to our local museum for being open, welcoming, inclusive, and throwing a damn good party.

– Cara Ober

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