ART STUDENT EXHIBITIONS: Tyler Gathro & Yarminiah Rosa | Moriah Askenaizer & John-Elio Reitman

Tue, Mar 6, 12am - Sat, Mar 10, 2012 12am

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Tyler Gathro & Yarminiah Rosa

Tyler Gathro & Yarminiah Rosa

Moriah Askenaizer & John-Elio Reitman

Moriah Askenaizer & John-Elio Reitman

March 6 - 10, 2012

Opening Receptions: Tuesday, March 6, 6:00 - 8:00pm

Tyler Gathro & Yarminiah Rosa : OBSERVING TRANSLATION

Senior Presentation
41 Cooper Gallery & Herb Lubalin Gallery

Open with performances Tuesday, 6-8pm / Friday, 7-9pm / Saturday, 4-6pm
Closed Wednesday & Thursday


Moriah Askenaizer & John-Elio Reitman : WHAT SPRING DOES WITH THE CHERRY TREES

1st Floor Colonnade, Foundation Building

Open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm

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