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Reception marks life during COVID at Gates of Ballston

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“We Paused!” a project chronicling a year in the life of the Gates of Ballston community during the COVID era, is on display though next May at Gallery 3700, located at 3700 South Four Mile Run Drive.

A reception to celebrate the exhibition will be held on Saturday, July 16 from to 4 to 7 p.m., with a gallery talk at 5:30 p.m.

“We Paused!” is a community-handmade book project created in 2021 by Studio PAUSE, supported by Arlington Arts. The concept came from artist Sushmita Mazumdar, whose studio is located at the Rinker Community Center at the Gates of Ballston, an apartment complex operated by AHC Inc.

Books were made by students and others in the community, with copies distributed without charge to each of the 460 households in Gates of Ballston.

To register for the June 16 event, see the Website at https://bit.ly/3P9BdX6.

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