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November Issue 2003

Charlotte, NC, Exhibition to Benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association

European Artworks will focus on Russian culture when they celebrate their The Fall Art Exhibit from Nov. 5 - 16, 2003, in the EH Little Fine Arts Center at Queens University of Charlotte, NC. The Nov. 5 event will feature Russian fare from Aperitif and Main as well as a performance by Russian Concert Pianist and Art Historian Marina Kornev. Following her performance, Kornev will discuss the exhibit and the culture that influenced its creators. A silent auction and art sale will also be held. The festivities will continue on Nov. 8 when a Tea and Guided Tour will be held from 3-5pm. On Nov. 16, the exhibit will close with a final Tea and Tour from 3-5pm. Proceeds from exhibit sales will be donated to the Southern Piedmont Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

The Fall Art Exhibit features works by the following artists: Piel, Pechaubes, Ferrar, Paul, Lorain, Hughes, Reichet, Rogozny, Ahaltsen, Vechkanova, Tsvetkov, Vishnevskaya, Chernatin, Yetvart Kaprielian, Pino, and Topescu. European Artworks travels globally to expand art locally, specializing in investment quality works of art from around the world. Artist bibliographies and certificates of authenticity accompany every piece.

MDA is a voluntary health agency working to defeat 43 neuromuscular diseases through programs of worldwide research, comprehensive patient and community services, and far-reaching professional and public health education.

Call 704/567-2912 for information and services offered by the Muscular Dystrophy Association, or how to volunteer.

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