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  • Taking Snapshots

    Alternative students share their lives through art
      The exhibit is called "Snapshots," but photos aren't all that students are using to document their lives. Students will show the community exactly what they can create from deconstructed Barbie dolls, photography and more at the April 27 opening of "Snapshots: Lives in Transition."
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