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The Fowler Museum hosts “Incarcerated Arts” Share the Mic: Incarcerated Arts Saturday, October 17, 12pm RSVP At their best, museums shape conversations about the complexity of human nature and experience, past and present. Public programming is key to exploring different viewpoints and reducing sweeping historical narratives to a human...

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