Thanks to All!

MANY THANKS to Warren Wilson College, the Windgate Charitable Foundation, the presenters, artists, venues, +and participants, sponsors and all who attended for making photo+craft a memorable event!!
— the photo+craft team

(photo: by Vesna Pavlović)

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