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New York Students 'Inspired By' Studio in a School

NEW YORK, August 8, 2013 — Asia Society Museum Director Melissa Chiu and Head of Museum Education Programs Nancy Blume explain how a partnership with Studio in a School allows public school students from around the city to visit Asia Society Museum and create unique art pieces for their very own exhibition. (3 min., 33 sec.)

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