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    Pamela St. Peter
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    VIRTUAL SENIOR THESIS EXHIBITION
    Graduating Art students at the University of Maine at Augusta are exhibiting their works in an all-online Virtual Senior Thesis Exhibition beginning May 9. The virtual exhibition will be followed by a bricks-and-mortar exhibition in the Charles Danforth Gallery set to open September 6, 2020. The five artists, Marcea Crawford, Shana Rowe Jackson, Evan Lord Martin, Jenn Messier, and Becky Pass have spent months preparing their thesis projects, first in UMA’s studios, and then in their home studios as campus access was limited due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The all-online Virtual Senior Thesis Exhibition highlights the perseverance, resilience, and creative achievements of this year’s graduates in extraordinary times.
    The 2020 Virtual Senior Thesis Exhibition is on view at https://www.danforth.uma.edu/. The virtual exhibition will be followed by an exhibition in the Charles Danforth Gallery opening September 6, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.

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    Pamela St. Peter
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    VIRTUAL PANEL: RACISM IS A VIRUS, TOO
    The Holocaust and Human Rights Center on the UMA campus will hold a panel discussion on how racism is shaping the pandemic response, structural inequality, and implicit and explicit bias in a program titled, Racism is a Virus Too.  The discussion will be held on Sunday, June 7 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Please visit https://hhrcmaine.org/event/virtual-panel-racism-is-a-virus-too-featuring-rep-rachel-talbot-ross-and-hhrc-educators/ for more information. The community is welcome to attend. Pre-registration is required and cost is free.

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