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Juried exhibition showcases UTEP art student’s work

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The Maximo Art Society at UTEP hosted the opening reception of a juried student show,”The Exhibitón.” The group organized this event on Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Glasbox in central El Paso. Art pieces from 15 students were exhibited and judged by art history lecturer Melissa Warak and department chair, David Griffin. The exhibition will run until Saturday,  Dec. 17.  The Glasbox is located at 210 Popular St.

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