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Title: JHU Arts Festival

The Johns Hopkins University Arts Festival kicked off last night with an opening party and promises to be four full days chock full of artistic enterprise. Most notably, the Arts Festival features a number of ongoing exhibitions curated by Museums and Society students. These exhibitions include The Art of Diplomacy: The Garretts in Rome at Evergreen Museums & Library, Priveleged Pursuits: Cultural Refinement in Early Baltimore and Phantom Callers: Photographs by Lydia Alcock at Homewood Museum and The Five Senses and Jewish Ritual Objects at the Smokler Center for Jewish Life. Dr. Rodini will also be playing in the Peabody Preparatory ACE Chamber Music recital on Sunday at 3:00 pm. We urge you to take part in this wonderful weekend of events. To see a full listing of Arts Festival activities click here.

Katie Johnson

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