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- Professor Laurie Alpert's Artwork Featured in Anti-Violence Exhibit in Cambridge
Professor Laurie Alpert's Artwork Featured in Anti-Violence Exhibit in Cambridge
January 7, 2013
The artwork of Curry College Fine and Applied Arts Professor Laurie Alpert was on exhibit this winter. The piece, titled 'Iraqi Peace Song,' was displayed at the 'Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here' Exhibit at the CAC Gallery at the Cambridge, Massachusetts Arts Council from January 7 until February 28.
The exhibit was described as "A Response to Violence in Iraq from the Letterpress and Book Arts Community." Alpert's piece has also been featured in multiple publications recently, including The Economist and Illustration Magazine.