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One week from tonight is the official opening of Artists Against the War at the Society of Illustrators in NYC. Sixty pieces by sixty artists offering a vast range of observation, thought, and feeling about the disaster in the Middle East touched off by the fatal combination of ignorance and hubris in the White House. The $20 ticket goes to Disabled American Veterans. To be anti-war is the very best way to support the troops. Please come and help make this strong statement.
Artists Against the War
Wednesday, January 9, 6-9 p.m.
Society of Illustrators
128 E. 63 St., NYC

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