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The Beyond Cancer Art Project

Original post made by Deirdre Clark, another community, on Feb 28, 2007

Call for young artists (to age 18) for show at Pacific Art League ( Palo Alto )
Any child whose life has been affected by cancer–their own or someone else's– is encouraged to participate. Exhibition – July 2007. Workshop for early entrants – Mar. 4, 10am-12. For info call 650-321-3891 or email gallery@pacificartleague.org.

Call for young artists (to age 18) for show at Pacific Art League
Any child whose life has been affected by cancer–their own or someone else's– is encouraged to participate. Exhibition – 7/2007. Workshop for early entrants Mar. 4, 10am-12. For info call 650 321 3891 or gallery@pacificartleague.org.

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