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January 8, 2007

Albany -- Have you ever dreamed of having your artwork on the walls of a museum? Now your dream can come true.  

 The Albany Museum of Art's Drawing Marathon is underway. For the next four days  the museum's Learning Curve Education Gallery walls will be covered with paper, and you are invited to draw on it. It's for all ages and skill levels.

 Curator of Education Nick Nelson said "the reason for this is we are trying to bring people into the Museum, not only to see art, but also to take part in the hands on activities."

 You are invited to draw on the Museum walls from 10 to 4 until January 13th. You can bring your own art supplies, and some will be available.

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