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A Green Dress at the MOA

A Green Dress
I went to the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver this week.  It's always great to go there and you never really need a reason to drop in but this time I went to see a show with the curious title A Green Dress: Objects, Memory and the Museum.  A number of the curators at the MOA have worked to assemble this show and I met with two of them Karen Duffek and Carol Mayer.  They took me on a little tour of A Green Dress, where I cruelly asked them to each choose only two pieces in the exhibition to talk about! 

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