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I Saw This, So Should You: Exchange and From Joy to Terror at School 33 by Cara Ober

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 From Joy to Terror

Curated by Maiza Hixson at School 33 Art Center

Benjamin Andrew, Hannah Brancato, Emily Campbell, Jon Duff, Nathan Gorgen, Jordan Kasey, Vincent Valerio, and Make Studio

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EXCHANGE: a home-based artist residency
Curated by Hyejung Jang at School 33 Art Center

Kityi Wong
Elisa Garcia de la Huerta

Residency Dates: January 23-March 23, 2013
Exhibition Dates: March 22-May 25, 2013

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IMG_3084Baltimore collaborating artist Jill Gordon with Elisa Garcia de la Huerta

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