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Full title:Students at the New Jersey College for Women, New Brunswick, New Jersey, view an exhibit of paintings and sculptures by Issei and Nisei artists. Sixteen of the artists are Issei New Yorkers of long-standing; and ten are project residents. The exhibit, which was arranged by the Newark WRA office, was attended by over a thousand persons, and is now on tour. Visible in the photographs are the following: Deserted Brickyard by Yasuo Kiniyoshi of New York City, winner of the $1000 Carnegie Institute award in 1944; Mealtime by Chuzo Tamotzu of New York City; the Wind by Eitaro Ishigaki of New York City. The willingness of the above nationally known artists to have their work shown in the exhibit contributed greatly to its success. New Brunswick, New Jersey.