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Annual art show features pieces from more than 60 artists within the School of Medicine


 

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(ABOVE) Elizabeth Germino, a student in the Medical Scientist Training Program, talks about her artwork in soft pastels titled “American Realism.” The piece is one of dozens created by more than 60 artists within Washington University School of Medicine and being shown in the school's 9th Annual Art Show. The show opened Jan. 22 and will run through Feb. 17 at the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center. The show is presented by the WUSM Arts Commission and is free and open to the public. (BELOW) Tammi Cooks (left), a second-year medical student, and her friend Amanda Pintore view a digital photograph taken by Cooks titled “Rural Palisade.” To see more from the art show, click on this link to the photo gallery in the School of Medicine's Outlook magazine.   


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