Members of this semester's Beginning Voice course perform a recital of works.

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New York City-based photographer Tau Battice leads a tour of the exhibition.

Reflections on Identity, on display through March 27, features award-winning photographers Battice as well as Aitina Fareed-Cooke, Antonio Pulgarin, and Nicole Washington. All from diverse backgrounds, these photographers tell stories and pose questions about identity through portraiture, documentary, and collage. 

Sponsored by the FSA and JCC Foundation.

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The exhibition opens with a reception during which Buffalo-based artist Aitina Fareed-Cooke will discuss her art.

Reflections on Identity, on display through March 27, features award-winning photographers Fareed-Cooke as well as Tau Battice, Antonio Pulgarin, and Nicole Washington. All from diverse backgrounds, these photographers tell stories and pose questions about identity through portraiture, documentary, and collage. 

Sponsored by the FSA and JCC Foundation.

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The JCC Uncommoners present their spring play, She Kills Monsters, a dramatic comedy about the world of fantasy role-playing games.

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The JCC Uncommoners present their spring play, She Kills Monsters, a dramatic comedy about the world of fantasy role-playing games.

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The JCC Uncommoners present their spring play, She Kills Monsters, a dramatic comedy about the world of fantasy role-playing games.

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The JCC Uncommoners present their spring play, She Kills Monsters, a dramatic comedy about the world of fantasy role-playing games.

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The JCC Uncommoners present their spring play, She Kills Monsters, a dramatic comedy about the world of fantasy role-playing games.

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The JCC Uncommoners present their spring play, She Kills Monsters, a dramatic comedy about the world of fantasy role-playing games.

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The JCC Uncommoners conduct auditions for their spring play, She Kills Monsters, a dramatic comedy about the world of fantasy role-playing games.

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