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Students and instructors ‘learn together’

Middlebury Studio School’s Executive Director Sarah Briggs stands with Timothy Fisher’s “Flying Woman,” Marcia Dixon Parker’s “Large Red Pot,” and “Sculptures” by Marshall Eddy. INDEPENDENT PHOTO / ELSIE LYNN PARINI

Middlebury Studio School’s mission is on terrific display right now through Dec. 22 at the Jackson Gallery in the lower level of the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury.

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