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May 15, 2013

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NEW ALBANY — Dan Phalzgraf, of Louisville, the installation liaison for the New Albany Public Art Project, works from a lift while installing part of "Painting" by Boris Zakic, of Georgetown, Ky., in downtown New Albany on Tuesday morning. Zakic's piece represents the visual art and artists historic theme for the project, and is one of four installations going up this year. See attached photo. 

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Rachel May, New Albany, left, works with Julia Coward, 13, Jeffersonville, during the Rachel May Studios and New Albany Production House's Jam Camp in New Albany on Thursday afternoon. A total of six participants attended the week-long camp for teenagers where they worked on songwriting, musicianship, artist development, and recording.

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