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An Exhibit of Undersea Phenomena in Ultra-Slow Motion

A project in Cambridge, MA by Grace C. Young

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An exhibit of high speed underwater photography at MIT's Wiesner Art Gallery.
Backers: 50
Average Pledge Per Backer: $116

Funded: $5,797 of $3,485
Dates: Sep 13th -> Oct 13th (30 days)
Project By: Grace C. Young
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September 22nd - via:
Dear supporters, THANK YOU for helping to reach our funding goal in less than a week! I'm incredibly grateful, and excited to announce that the exhibit will definitively open the evening of Sunday, January 4, 2014 at the Wiesner Gallery in Cambridge,... (Read More)

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