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A Closer Look: AfroCuba art exhibit

Photo of a gallery visitor looking at two works from the AfroCuba exhibit

A gallery visitor looks at two works from the exhibit "AfroCuba: Works on Paper 1968-2003," which runs through March 30 in the Fine Arts Gallery. The exhibit, curated by Art Professor Judith Bettelheim, features 60 prints and drawings shaped by the influential forces of AfroCuban religion, social issues, cultural heritage and relations with Africa. Sponsored by the International Center for the Arts, the free exhibit can be viewed from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and from noon to 6 p.m. Wednesdays.

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Photo: Jakub Mosur


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