I just want to remind you to take a few minutes to stop by the Grace Gallery on the 11th floor to view the student exhibit. It’s exciting and beneficial to see the work of other COMD students, and to also see your own work on display. Unfortunately I can only submit 9 selections to represent our class, but I encourage you to stop by and support your fellow classmates and possibly get to see your own work. If you didn’t make it this round, there’s a good chance for next semester. Work from our class will appear on the monitors — the one closest to the door. The show is scheduled to change on May 2 at 5pm.
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