Fresh Arts

Fresh Arts

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Dimpled, Twisted, and Buried

Fresh Arts

January 29 - March 4, 2016

An exhibition of works that address the complexities and awkwardness of the human situation. Artists include Jade Abner, Iva Kinnaird, Evelyn Pustka, and Emily Whittemore. The show is curated by Kelly Johnson.



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