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LOO'K Closer

12:30 pm, Jan 22, 2014 | museum admission
 
The museum's curatorial department leads an insightful 15-minute discussion about a work by O'Keeffe currently on exhibit.


Where: Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Phone: 946-1000
Address:
217 Johnson St.
NM
87501
Website: okeeffemuseum.org

 

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