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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event New York, NY. September 9 - Art for Change is pleased to present "Gateway: An Artistic Response to the Immigration Crisis." Showcased artists include Patricia Cazorla, Esperanza Cortes, Aissa H. Deebi, Roberto De Jesus, Laura F. Gibellini, Marissa A. Gutiérrez-Vicario, Alejandro Endoke Makuendo Guzman, Gabriel Pacheco, Tara Parsons, Michael Pribich, Elisa Pritzker, Gabriel Reese, Christina Stahr, The Border Project and Nancy Saleme, with a special installation by Michael Sherman. For more info, see http://www.artforchange.org/.
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