Thanks to all who came out for The Big Something Exhibition opening reception this past Tuesday evening. If you missed it, Coburn Gallery in the Worner Center on the Colorado College campus is open Monday – Saturday, 1 – 7 p.m. and it’ll be up through November 10.

(Music in this post is a remix of a mashup of a variety of the lesbian records featured in the exhibit by Jacob Brownell)

 

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