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The Alabama Women's Caucus for Art presents an exhibition at the Union Grove Gallery on the UAH Campus. The exhibition opens May 21, with a reception beginning at 6 PM. WLRH's Beth Norwood talked to members Kristy Jane From-Brown, Eloisa Guanlao and Aynslee Moon about the show, and about the Caucus- which is a relatively new (and very inclusive!) arts organization in Alabama. The interview follows...

 

More information on this exhibition and the Alabama Women's Caucus at http://alwca.weebly.com/

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