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Special early morning program for public and docents. Participants included museum staff, artists, other art curators, art critics, teachers, professors. Topics varied often revolving around exhibitions currently being held. Artist Susan Joseph speaks on her installations, art froms and her work over seven years. Concurrently, she had an installation Milk and Honey (March 20-June 21, 1992) at the museum's South Coast Plaza satellite.
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