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Takoma Art Quest (Community Center)

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Collection of photographs of the Takoma Park community Center, produced by the students in the summer art quest program.

Collection of photographs of the Takoma Park community Center, produced by the students in the summer art quest program.

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  • 1. ART QUEST PROJECT 2008
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  • 28. Photo Art Quest Workshops Photographers and photo editors: Jayna, Jessica, Kidus, Maidot, Ndenko, Ryan, Sabrina, Taryn, Vida, Zack, Brian, Conner, Deja, Fatou, George, Hunter, India and Keegan. Sources: Original photographs made with floppy-disk Mavicas, at various places in and about the Community Center and the library, the first and third weeks of July, 2008. Editing: the participants used GIMP which is a free, open-source photo editing program, on our various computers, all running Linux – the multi-station public computers (Userful / Fedora), our laptop (Fedora) and our office scanning / printing station (Ubuntu). Teacher and project designer: CMA Medeiros. A Takoma Park Maryland Library project with support from the Friends of the Library.

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