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Technology and the Arts Panel Discussion

REBECCA JACOBSON
7 pm Monday, Aug. 19., Monday August 19 | Free.
Imago Theatre
17 SE 8th Ave.
 
Imago brings together some theater-loving folk—both those who write about it and those who produce it—for a conversation about how changing technology affects how we approach the performing arts.



Where: Imago Theatre
Phone: 231-3959
Address: 17 SE 8th Ave.
Website: http://www.imagotheatre.com

 
 
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