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Opening April 24th, 7-10pm
April 24-29, 2010
Curated by Elizabeth Cline

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This is the last opening in the month of programming that constituted RAIDspace/workPROJECTS. During the opening workspace and RAID Projects will also be releasing a ‘zine catalogue detailing the activities from the past month!