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Overlooking [[Lake Matoaka]], the '''Lake Matoaka Art
Overlooking [[Lake Matoaka]], the '''Lake Matoaka Art ''' has a windowed teaching studio at each end. Students take courses in two-dimensional arts: printmaking and drawing. The building also boasts 5 faculty studios.
Revision as of 19:51, 30 April 2016
Overlooking Lake Matoaka, the Lake Matoaka Art Studio has a windowed teaching studio at each end. Students take courses in two-dimensional arts: printmaking and drawing. The building also boasts 5 faculty studios.
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