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artscope magazine: March/April 2014
WELCOME STATEMENT: Brian Goslow, managing editor
RENEWAL
GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS IN EARLY AMERICA
YOU ARE HERE
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CULTURE CLUB
CATENARIA
A SHARED VISION:
UNCOVERED MEMORIES
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TANJA SOFTIC: MIGRANT UNIVERSE
SEEING DOUBLE
WE THE PEOPLE
OUTSKIRTS
CAMERALESS IMAGES
LIBRARY
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MEMORIES:
ARLENE SHECHET
KEEPING UP WITH ACTORS’ SHAKESPEARE PROJECT
GETTING SCHOOLED
ARTLIFTING
NEW LONDON: DIVERSE, UP-AND-COMING SEASIDE ENCLAVE
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The University Gallery at Porter Exchange, Lesley University


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