Visual and Critical Studies 2010 Symposium — Alumni Presentation: Bruce King-Shey
The California College of the Arts Graduate Program in Visual and Critical Studies 2010 Symposium — alumni presenter Bruce King-Shey presents on March 27, 2010, at Timken Lecture Hall on the college's San Francisco campus.
5.8 The written word
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City of Louisville
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