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Tolerance Poster Show in Seattle

We are glad to announce that the Tolerance Poster show will be a part of Design in Public's 7th Annual Seattle Design Festival in collaboration with the design practice Civilization.Design in Public is a strategic initiative of AIA Seattle, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Design in Public was founded in 2011 to help Seattle appreciate the role and impact of design on urban life. The show will be opened on September 9th going until September 22nd.At: Civilization 532 1st Avenue S, Seattle, WA 98104. I hope you can make it there. Check out more here.

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