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OREGON ART BEAT

The Last Supper

  • Aired: 03/28/2013
  • 06:38
  • Rating: TV-G
Julie Green tells us about her thoughtful and provocative exhibit, The Last Supper, from The Arts Center in Corvallis. Green discusses her method and tells the stories behind some of her 500 plates, each one representing the final meal of a death row inmate.
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A provocative exhibit of 500 plates, each one the last meal of a death row inmate.
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