An artful exit

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Camille Silverman’s final day as executive director of The Art Center is today.


Camille Silverman arrived at work this morning on her final day as executive director of The Art Center to find her office filled with balloons by staff members.

Silverman has been with The Art Center since 2007, and has held the executive director’s position since 2012. She plans to eventually move to Chicago, Illinois.

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