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Exhibits at the BBAC

Naturally Unnatural: Paintings & an Installation by Vera Scekic, a contemporary painter with a vibrant palette who has exhibited widely throughout the U.S. Also on display throughout April will be works from the students of Meighen Jackson, and an exhibit dedicated to entries to the BBAC’s 2016 Regional High School Art Competition. The bi-annual contest, juried this year by Clinton Snider, is open to high school students in Southeast Michigan, and awards college scholarships and cash prizes to winning student artists. From more than 300 entries, the exhibit will showcase 74 works of art.

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