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  • Sat 1 Nov

    Interactive Diaries Exhibition @ ROOM Art Space

    Interactive Diaries sees the work of nine artists from Egypt, Serbia and Italy contribute to an exhibition that explores the idea of community without physical presence through illustration, photography and sound art in a unique collaboration. For more information, call 0111 118 8653.

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