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The Professional Practices Class at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts present "Bricolage": a pop up exhibition, one night only Saturday, APRIL 21, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at 535 Albany Street in the South End of Boston. The talented group of graduate and undergraduate students have transformed this space for the one night with sculpture, painting, photography, video, and many mixed media works. Enjoy the show and meet the many talented, young SMFA artists. This is one not to be missed!
Artists in the show include:

Nate Barsanti Will Oritz
Doyle Bley Heather Renken
Lauren Coulson Molly Segal
Ivor Scott Cummings Qing Song
Jasmine Higbee Zach Stanchfield
Miro Hoffman Lindsay Tomlinson
Helena Hsieh Izzy Vanhall
Daniel McNamara Natalie Vergara


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