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The World in Me

The World in Me is an online display of masks created by elementary school children enrolled in a program designed to raise awareness of the ecology of their communities. Personal statements by the artists explaining their relationships to the environment
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The World in Me is an online display of masks created by elementary school children enrolled in a program designed to raise awareness of the ecology of their communities. Personal statements by the artists explaining their relationships to the environment accompany each mask.

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