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SFCC School of Art and Design Woodworking Gallery Talk

11:30 am-12:30 pm , Feb 19, 2013 | free
 

SFCC School of Arts and Design woodworking faculty present a gallery talk about the current exhibition. SFCC woodworking faculty includes Larry Buechley, Ivan Dimitrov, James Gould, Michael Hoffer and Doug Jones.



Where: SFCC Visual Arts Gallery
Phone: 505-428-1501
Address:
6401 Richards Ave.
Santa Fe, NM
87508
Website: http://www.sfcc.edu/school_of_arts_and_design/gallery

 

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