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Exhibition 4th years Fine Arts part-time
20-1-2012

Fine Arts Exhibition

The exhibition 'werktitel' by fourth years students Fine Arts part-time opens at Friday the 20th of January at 16.00 hr in the gallery of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague.

Curator of the exhibition is Carine Weve.

Participating students:

Roger van den Akker
Floor Frencken
Constant van Goor
Gerrie de Jong
Gerard Kouprie
Nathalie Mannaerts
Margina Ruiter
Stephan van Zijp



 
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