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Worth 1,000 words

Posted by Bobby Hankinson May 3, 2007 01:11 PM

Today's Sidekick has a mini-feature on the School of the Museum of Fine Artsí Fifth Year Exhibition 2007. But, what's an art show without the art? So, as an added bonus to loyal Sidekick-enthusiasts, here's a sneak peak of what you can catch at the show.

Crislin Meshberg, Rupture, 2007. Oil on canvas

Timothy Andrew Kadish, Harold: Itís A Jungle Out There, 2007. Mixed media on lead.

Norah Solorzano, Blindspot (still), 2007. Drawn-on-paper animation.

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