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The Voices Have Visited. No thanks too small.

June 6, 2012

Because photos are easier to read than words,
your enjoyment of this blog post is guaranteed.

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“A thousand times thank you.”
from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
…or did Juliet say good night?
Oh well, you get the idea.

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If my apartment had a back, I would pat it for coming up with
the name for our collaborative arts show, Visiting Voices.
We worked it out with a post-it thought cloud in our living room.

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Big ups go to David Klein of Art Jerusalem for creating our marketing image.
It found its way onto the poster, small flyer, and the front of our program.

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A huge thank you goes out to Adobe Photoshop CS, OSA Undergrad,
the copy shop guy, for helping me get through draft after draft of the program!

Thank you to the translators and supporters, which for my purposes refers to the
bringers of spontaneous fun, art, chocolate, and cookies to stressed souls.

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Photo Credit: Kyle Georgina Marsh

Photo Credit: Elly Hollenhorst

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Thank you to Bruno Charbit, our photographer, for some great photos.
Click here to visit his professional website. 

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Photo Credit: Bruno Charbit

Photo Credit: Bruno Charbit

Photo Credit: Bruno Charbit

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Visit Kyle’s blog for more photos from Visiting Voices.

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Of course, the biggest thanks go to Kyle Georgina Marsh, without whom
this show would not have been produced, run, documented, or attended.

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היה מצוין !כל הכבוד, קייל!

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