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10/20 Wednesday
DOGNY Sculpture Painting with Johanne Mangi

DOGNY Sculpture Painting with Johanne Mangi

Wednesday, October 20

Join us in the gallery to watch Johanne Mangi draw inspiration from one of our exhibition highlights, the DOGNY Search and Rescue Dog Statue by Robert Braun. No stranger to the Museum, this program marks artist Johanne Mangi's return to our popular series Painting the Masters. Stop by during your visit to watch Johanne paint her rendition of the sculpture, capturing the resilience and strength of the German Shepherd Dog depicted in the statue honoring the work of search dogs from 9/11.

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