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On May 26, Master of Fine Arts student Payton Cahill presented her thesis, “Ancient Future,” as part of the UW School of Art + Art History + Design’s 2021 MFA + MDes Thesis Exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery. The exhibition is available for viewing with free admission until June 27.
One word reverberates across my conversations with the four women who make up the Henry Art Gallery’s curatorial leadership: collaborative.
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