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Robot GUTS 3: Boston Artist Fish McGill & Friends



Friday February 4, 6-9PM - Project Installation & Kick Off

Saturday February 5, 10AM-4PM

Monday February 7, 7-9PM

Tuesday February 8 - All Day till 9PM

Wednesday February 9 - All Day till 9PM

Thursday All day - Closing show at 6-9PM


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Montserrat College of Art Gallery presents innovative exhibitions of contemporary art that feature regional, national and international artists ranging from emerging to established. Our core mission is to cultivate learning, celebrate artistic excellence, and to inspire a lifelong involvement in art and design.

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