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RBJSE Series: A Closer Look with Artist Ray Katz

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Join artist Ray Katz, Regional Biennial 1st Place Winner, for a tour and discussion in his studio in Pontiac, MI, where Ray will discuss his developmental process, models and work in progress, as well as view a wide variety of finished work on site inside his studio and outside grounds. Participants can watch on Facebook LIVE for free or grab one of ten in-person spots available for $25 each. Refreshments will be served. Register for in-person at https://marshallfredericks.org/calendar. Registered attendees will be emailed waiver to sign. Studio location will be emailed day before event.

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