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Art staff show 2011

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Every year the LMC art staff panics when this show comes around. That's a good thing. It helps us remember that we're not only teachers, we are artists who need to be making art. So we do. And here it is.

Above, Lucy Snow's drums and Judi Pettite's painting.
Below, Judi Pettite, the Art Gallery director, with our new instructional assistant, Eric Sanchez.

The show runs through October 9, 2011

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