Rackham Graduate School Exhibition

. October 30, 2013.
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This exhibition is a dynamic and beautiful demonstration of some of the best art being created by the educators, graduates, current students and professionals working in the visual arts. Many of the artists in this show, now educators themselves, or successful professional artists were once the students of the last generation of art teachers and professors working in our local universities, colleges and community colleges. This exhibit runs through Friday, December 13.

8am-9pm. Rackham Graduate School, 915 E. Washington St.
734-443-0826. chelsearivergallery.com/projects/rackham-exhibit-2013 Free.  

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