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Today at 5:00 pm the Spencer Museum of Art and Haskell Indian Nations University will hold a casual, public reception at the Spencer Museum with light refreshments, live music, and conversation in anticipation of future collaborations between these institutions. Learn more by clicking on the photo below. Stop by!
KU Museum Studies Program
Tomorrow: March 5, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. The Spencer Museum of Art and Haskell Indian Nations University will hold a casual reception at the Spencer Museum with light refreshments, live music, and conversation in anticipation of future collaborations between our institutions. Please check out the flier. Feel free to spread the work to the KU and Haskell communities who might be interested in attending! See you tomorrow!!

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