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Strangers No More

What started out as a class assignment turned into a gallery exhibit for Marianela Ramos Capelo. As part of her Communications course she made the decision to talk to a stranger a day about their tattoos. A year later photos of the tattoos and the stories behind them will be on display tonight only at Project Space at 222 East Georgia Street.

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