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Scene Seen: Charlie Roberts, Kyle Bauer, and Karen Yasinsky at Randall Scott Projects

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Charlie Roberts: Palm Palm and Kyle Bauer: New Works in the project space
Randall Scott Projects

June 12th—July 11th

Karen Yasinsky: The Lonely Life of Debby Adams
(Courtyard Film Series during opening reception only)

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Charlie Roberts

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Kyle Bauer

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Courtyard out back – Karen Yasinsky video in background

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Karen Yasinsky video: The Lonely Life of Debby Adams

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