Art Club

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Albany High School (Albany, Georgia) - Extracurricular Activities
... Academic Decathlon Art Club The Art Club is involved in many community projects including the Kiwanis Club art show and the Martin Luther King, Jr ... art show ... The Art Club assists in readying the art projects for shows and meets several times each year ...
List Of Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens Chapters - Volume List
... Jin discovers a fan site and a corresponding fan club devoted to Nagi, and with the support of the students, Nagi becomes a student at Jin's school ... Itaru Hinoue (of Key) After being carried home by Daitetsu Hibiki, a member of the Art Club, Nagi yells at Jin when he asks her what happened ... When the Art Club and Tsugumi begin to investigate, they accidentally cause a rumor that Daitetsu and Jin are in love to spread ...
Sketchbook (manga) - Characters - Others - People
... Ueno was a member of the art club, but has graduated ... 真砂, Shibata Masago?) Another former art club member, Shibata was Ueno's classmate and is evidently still in contact with him ... She is good friends with Kuga, whom she meets on a return visit to the art club ...
Thomas Millie Dow
... Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour and the New English Art Club ... for classes at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts under Jean-Léon Gérôme ... strong personalities and strong ideas about art, they came to exert a considerable influence over the artistic choices he made ...

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