Woodmere Art Museum, describes the current exhibit, Charles Santore: Fifty Years of Art and Storytelling, running through May 13th. Recorded February, 23, 2018." />
Woodmere Art Museum- 4:08
with William R. Valerio, PhD, Director and CEO
Posted Feb 24, 2018Expires May 14, 2018
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William R. Valerio, PhD, Director and CEO of the Woodmere Art Museum, describes the current exhibit, Charles Santore: Fifty Years of Art and Storytelling, running through May 13th. Recorded February, 23, 2018.
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