Terri Phillips, Roxanne's Rescue
Thu., Feb. 26, 6-7 p.m. @ Clough-Hanson Gallery
Phillips speaks about her new exhibition, "Roxanne's Rescue," in which she recalls and reconstructs a formative moment in her life.
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