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Exhibitions: "The Promised Land" and "impermanence"

Posted in Arts & Culture
Aug 28, 2017 to Sep 1, 2017

Paintings by Alexandru Margarit and Emily Zdunich

The Promised Land: Alexandru Margarit
impermanence: Emily Zdunich

When: August 28 – September 1, 2017
Reception: Thursday, August 31, 7 – 10pm

Where: Gordon Snelgrove Gallery
191 Murray Bldg., University of Saskatchewan

Info: 306-966-4208  www.usask.ca/snelgrove

 

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