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Students and Noorderbrug clients present a photo exhibition about their worlds

09 March 2016

University of Groningen Honours students worked on the ‘Laten Zien’ (‘Show Your World’) photo exhibition as part of their Human Geography and Urban and Regional Planning programme. The project brought together students from both the UG and the Minerva Art Academy, and clients from De Noorderbrug. Together, they went on a journey of exploration into each other’s worlds. The exhibition at De Noorderbrug’s talent centre will run until 24 March.

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