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Tolerance Poster Show in Dominican Republic

The Tolerance traveling poster show opened yesterday, November 28th at Altos de Chavón School of Design in Santo Domingo. The show was opened by Santiago (Chago) García, designer from Dominican Republic and contributor to the Tolerance show. Because of the configuration of the school this is one of the rare cases where the show wasn’t exhibited outside.

We would like to thank Adolfo Lucero, Vice President of the school, for making this show possible. He was also in charge of organizing and designing the show. I think that the artists' photographs, bios, and flags under each poster is an especially nice touch.


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