FSU Arts Administration Program

FSU Arts Administration Program


Congratulations to FSU Arts Administration Program alumna Evann Brantley (MA '21) for starting her new role as Manager of Artistic Administration at the Nashville Symphony!

While at Florida State University, Evann interned with the Nashville Symphony, Opening Nights at Florida State University, and the Florida Division of Arts and Culture. Evann was a recipient of the Exceptional Student Arts Advocate Award at Florida Arts Advocacy Day, presented by the Florida Cultural Alliance and Florida Higher Education Arts Network.


A long shot - but if anyone is based in LA and/or wants to pass along to any qualified folks:

PAID JOB CALL! Looking for a PR/Marketing rockstar to hire ASAP for music/arts/technology festival I'm producing in LA come fall - send any résumés & sample materials to [email protected] with Attn: PR/MKTG in subject line.

The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art is located in Sarasota, Florida.

The Ringling’s Marketing Director implements the Marketing department’s operations and communication strategies on a daily basis to include:

Oversees the Marketing department’s daily operations including public relations and media interactions. Interfaces with department stakeholders to ensure the effective marketing of their programs and events. Supervises the design and production of all print and digital collateral, including: Members Magazine; educational materials; exhibition, event, and performance collateral; and advertising, both on-site and external. Compiles, edits, and creates marketing copy and assets in a timely manner, meeting all production schedules and deadlines. Ensures all marketing materials adhere to The Ringling’s brand, style guide, and key messaging.

Develops a comprehensive annual marketing plan and communications strategy in support of organizational goals and objectives. Directs implementation and ex*****on of the annual plan and communications strategy. Advances The Ringling in a growing digital environment, staying current with emerging technologies and new media. Oversees The Ringling’s website, social media, e-mail marketing, and community outreach. Produces and analyzes metric-based reports, making data-driven decisions to support marketing efforts.

Develops and oversees The Ringling’s marketing budget and manages allocation of funds.

Supervises and provides direction for five full-time staff members including hiring, training and performance evaluation. May provide supervision for part-time staff.

Works collaboratively with Executive and Senior members to ensure effective attainment of strategic goals, objectives, and key messaging. In concert with the Executive Staff and FSU Public Relations serves as member of the crisis management team. Serves as a member of the Museum’s Senior Management Team.

Foster’s professional relationships with national PR firms, media representatives, vendors/contractors, the community, and potential donors to elevate The Ringling brand locally, nationally, and internationally. This includes active participation in media sponsorship relations.
Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Communications, or a related field + 6 years of related experience.

Organized, attention to detail, and ability to multi-task.

Ability to make decisions independently in a fast-pace environment.

Excellent verbal and written communications skills.

Experience developing and implementing a successful marketing plan/strategy.

Knowledge of current media technology and trends.

Knowledge of public relations practices.

Knowledge of the concepts, principles, and practices of accounting, budgeting, and cost control procedures.
Advanced degree in Communications or related field preferred.

Prior supervisory experience.

Project management skills.

Ability to identify best use of various media types (non-print).

Advanced PC skills: MS Office.

Ability to learn new technology.

Database knowledge: Tessitura, TMS, Google Analytics.
Other Information
The Ringling is a preeminent center for the arts, history, performance, and learning that is dedicated to bringing the past and contemporary culture to life through extraordinary visitor experiences. From its inception, The Ringling has joined the diverse visual traditions and theatrical spectacle of yesterday with the genre-defying global practitioners of today. A place of exploration, discovery and respite, The Ringling's campus in Sarasota, Florida (which includes the Museum of Art, Circus Museum, a historic home, an 18th-century theater and bayfront gardens) is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As the State Art Museum of Florida and part of Florida State University, The Ringling fulfills an important educational mission. The Ringling offers formal and informal programs of study serving as a major resource for students, scholars and lifelong learners of every age across the region, country, and around the world. For more information, please visit www.ringling.org.
Contact Info
For more information, or for technical assistance, please contact Ringling Human Resources at 941-359-5700 ext. 2605 or [email protected].
Anticipated Salary Range
Anticipated Salary Range will be low $60's to mid $70's + Florida state benefits available (http://hr.fsu.edu/?page=benefits/benefits_home).
Pay Plan
This is an A&P (Administrative and Professional) position.

This position reports jointly to the Executive Director with a dotted line to the Chief Officer for Advancement & External Affairs.
Soft Money Funded Position
This position is time-limited based on soft money funding, with renewal contingent upon available funds and the needs of the University.
Criminal Background Check
This position requires successful completion of a criminal history background check, to include fingerprinting. The background check will be conducted as authorized and in accordance with University Policy 4-OP-C-7-B11.
How To Apply
If qualified and interested in a specific job opening as advertised, apply to Florida State University at https://jobs.fsu.edu. If you are a current FSU employee, apply via myFSU > Self Service.

Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include all work history up to ten years, and education details even if attaching a resume.
Open until filled
This position is being advertised as open until filled.

This page gives more information about the FSU Arts Administration program and provides information Make sure to check out the Arts Administration Twitter!

The FSU Arts Administration page is a platform for all arts leaders and managers to learn more about FSU's Arts Administration program. This page is also an opportunity to support and advocate all arts, including, but not limited to, visual, music, theatre, and dance. In addition to support and advocacy, it is our goal to provide future arts administrators with professional development wo

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College of Fine Arts at Florida State University

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College Leadership Council for the College of Fine Arts

iel.formstack.com 01/15/2016

Cultural and Ethnic Arts Executive Leadership Certificate Prorgam - Formstack

For Immediate Release

January 4, 2016

New National Certificate Program Designed to Increase the Diversity of Leadership in Major Cultural and Ethnic Arts Organizations

Newark, NJ - The Institute for Ethical Leadership announces today a new certificate program designed to engage, encourage and enable arts professionals from underserved populations to become the leaders of major performing arts, visual arts, collections-based and ethnic arts organizations.

According to James Abruzzo, co-director of the Institute and noted arts management consultant, “There are few, if any, individuals from underserved populations now running the major cultural organizations and ethnic arts organizations. And the pipeline is sparse. This program is specifically designed to provide those senior arts and cultural managers from underserved populations who already possess the experience, and have the ambition, to become a CEO.”

The Cultural and Ethnic Arts Executive Leadership Program (CEA) is a new, ten-day intensive on-site program consisting of classroom training, experiential and group learning, colloquia, and site visits. The cohort group of 15 to 18 will be composed of experienced arts management professionals, with the majority drawn ideally from underserved populations, whose experience and ambitions position them to become a CEO of a cultural or ethnic arts organization. Underserved and underrepresented populations are not limited to ethnic and religious minorities, but also broadly include LGBTQ and differently-abled communities.

In addition to the 10-day on site program in the NY metropolitan area taking place June 17-26th, each participant will have a yearlong mentorship with a member of the faculty. The program faculty, who themselves are leaders of cultural organizations and who are representative of underserved and diverse populations, will each mentor a participant. “The knowledge gained from the program and the influence from the faculty mentorships, will produce a group of leaders and will fill the leadership pipeline.”

An applicant’s current employer or an influencer in the field will nominate the individual; board member would nominate those applicants who are already CEOs of smaller organizations. Applicants may also self-nominate with a supporting letter of reference. “We are expecting the participants’ employers to support them by providing uninterrupted salary and time off. Participants must make a commitment to remain on site, in residence with the other participants for the entire ten-day program. Each nominating institution and participant must make a small financial commitment to the program but no participant will be prevented from attending for financial reasons.”

This Cultural and Ethnic Arts Executive Leadership Program is designed as an international program. Arts professionals throughout North America and abroad are encouraged to participate. CEA is a competitive program. A brief application, letter of reference and interview will be required. The deadline for applications is March 21, 2015. For more information and application, visit http://iel.formstack.com/forms/cea_application_form , or contact James Abruzzo, [email protected] or 973-885-5447.


The Executive CEAL Program is led by the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School (IEL) in partnership the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), the Institut für Kultur und Mediamanagment (IKM) at the Free University in Berlin and Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences. The program is supported through a special Rutgers-Newark Chancellor’s Seed Grant, matching foundation funding and in-kind support from various schools of Rutgers University.

Vicki Fernandez
Rutgers Business School - Newark and New Brunswick
1 Washington Park
Newark, New Jersey 07102
[email protected]

iel.formstack.com The Cultural and Ethnic Arts Executive Leadership Program (CEA) is a new, ten-day intensive on-site program consisting of classroom training, experiential and group learning, colloquia, and site visits. The primary goal of the program is to increase the diversity of the leadership in major cultural…


An Exploratory Study of Demographic Diversity in the Arts Management Workforce | Grantmakers in...

Have you gotten a chance to read Dr. Antonio Cuyler's publication, "An Exploratory Study of Demographic Diversity in the Arts Management Workforce", yet? If not, you need to check it out!

Do you think the demographics match up to your ideas of diversity in the Arts Management field?

giarts.org Arts managers connect audiences to the greatest artistic achievements of humankind. Yet, the cultural sector and public know little about their demographic makeup in the United States. A paucity of literature exists on arts managers (Americans for the Arts 2013; DiMaggio 1987; Herron et al. 1998; Ma…

artsjournal.com 10/06/2015

What are the qualities of a strong arts leader?

What do you think defines a great arts leader?

artsjournal.com This week on Field Notes, we’re talking about career paths. We’ve broken this conversation down into five steps. We’ll dive into a different step each day this week. Today, weR…

fsu.qualtrics.com 10/02/2015

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Join the Center for Leadership & Social Change for good food and great conversation! The Center is hosting the first commUNITY Dialogue of the semester on Friday, October 9 from 12:00 – 1:30pm in the Dunlap Student Success Center. Open to students, faculty, staff, and community members, the event will feature lunch, a presentation, and time for group dialogue. Our speaker is Dr. Antonio Cuyler, an Assistant Professor of Arts Administration at FSU. His talk is titled Access, equity, and inclusion: Building bridges through advocacy & leadership in public funding in the cultural sector. This session will explore inequity in cultural public funding in San Francisco to identify lessons learned and advocacy strategies for rectifying cases of inequity in public funding within the cultural sector.

You can RSVP here: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cYowQMjZESEsV0h.

We hope to see you there!


howlround.com 09/21/2015

Fear and the Representation Problem

"That the compulsion to mitigate risk is understandable doesn’t make it acceptable. After all, the American non-profit theatre was established in the name of taking risks; of producing the most worthy work without concern for profit. The whys and wherefores of the diminishment of that mission have been and will continue to be written about. But the fact remains that these all white, all male seasons are the product of a system that presents the most worthy work only if it can assume the least possible risk in doing so."

See more at: http://howlround.com/fear-and-the-representation-problem#sthash.0bG5w0lw.dpuf

howlround.com Dramaturg Alex Barron posits that homogenous seasons may have less to do with sexism and racism than with risk aversion.

arted.fsu.edu 09/10/2015

Congratulations, Dr. Pat Villeneuve!

Congratulations to Dr. Pat Villeneuve on being honored as the Outstanding Educator of the Year!!

Read more about her award here:

arted.fsu.edu The FSU Department of Art Education is the oldest department of its kind in the South. The distinguished faculty in the Department of Art Education is composed of seven members, each of whom holds the doctoral degree. The Department of Art Education offers programs leading to the 5 year combined (BA…

blog.americansforthearts.org 08/24/2015

What We Talk About When We Talk About Transforming the Field | ARTS Blog

What We Talk About When We Talk About Transforming the Field

- See more at: http://blog.americansforthearts.org/2015/08/07/what-we-talk-about-when-we-talk-about-transforming-the-field#sthash.dL5e2Ygv.dpuf

blog.americansforthearts.org “To fundamentally transform the field in order to meet a fundamentally changing nation and time, we need to fundamentally change who is in the field ” This was the prompt I was given, earlier this year, when I was asked to speak at the Americans for the Arts Convention. It so happens that I spend a…

colleendilen.com 08/24/2015

How Free Admission Really Affects Museum Attendance (DATA)

Interesting read!

"If we want to keep museums alive, we need to think about engagement, audience motivations and barriers, and actual economics."

What's your take on the free admission to museums debate?


colleendilen.com Spoiler alert: It doesn't much...and misunderstanding this engagement tactic may jeopardize industry sustainability. The debate about whether museums should be free is a big one right now. It’s the...


FSU Department of Art Education

We would like to welcome FSU alumnus Dr. Zerric Clinton to the Department of Art Education!

Dr. Zerric Clinton joins the department as an adjunct professor in the Department of Art Education. Dr. Clinton received his BFA in Art Education and his Master’s Degree in Educational; Leadership from Valdosta State University. In 2010 he received his PhD in Art Education from Florida State University. Currently, he teaches art education at Cairo High School. His research focuses on the way that visual culture influences adolescents. Dr. Clinton has presented annually at state and national art conferences over the past few years. Presently, he is working on a collaborative project called Breaking BAD; Breaking Boundaries Through Awareness and Dialogue with the Museum of Tolerance, New York. This project connects two vastly different schools and facilitates dialogue to break down stereotypes and prejudice. Students from each school communicate throughout the semester on issues related to tolerance, human rights, human trafficking, and bullying prevention. The dialogue between the students is based on the MOTNY’s exhibits and resources.

We thank Dr. Clinton for providing us with information on his current work and look forward to hearing more in the future.

arted.fsu.edu 07/30/2015

Art Therapy Trauma Workshops, part 3 of 3: Patricia Isis presents at FSU

arted.fsu.edu The FSU Department of Art Education is the oldest department of its kind in the South. The distinguished faculty in the Department of Art Education is composed of seven members, each of whom holds the doctoral degree. The Department of Art Education offers programs leading to the 5 year combined (BA…

arted.fsu.edu 07/28/2015

Art Therapy Trauma Workshops, part 1 of 3: Dr. Linda Gantt presents at FSU

arted.fsu.edu The FSU Department of Art Education is the oldest department of its kind in the South. The distinguished faculty in the Department of Art Education is composed of seven members, each of whom holds the doctoral degree. The Department of Art Education offers programs leading to the 5 year combined (BA…

Conserving Culture: Exploration of Exhibit Development at the Rin 07/16/2015

Students from the FSU Art Education Department attended a two-day field trip to the Ringling Museum of Art during spring semester (February 20-21) to learn about museum education, exhibition development, and conservation around the Re:Purposed special exhibition by contemporary curator Matthew McLendon. The Ringling sponsored a lunch for students to meet with the curator and members of the exhibition development team to learn about the development of the exhibition before a behind-the-scenes tour.

The artwork in the exhibition featured media from discarded or given away non-traditional art materials. Contributing artists included Nick Cave, Aurora Robson, Mac Premo, Jill Sigman, El Anatsui, Alyce Santoro, Vanessa German, Matt Eskuche, Emily Noelle Lambert, and Daniel Rozin. The works explored the evolving meaning of objects, particularly transformation from trash to treasure.

Students had many unique opportunities throughout the visit. They toured several other venues at The Ringling including the Ca D'Zan, the historic home of John and Mable Ringling. Museum staff hosted a dinner so that students had the opportunity to speak with them one on one. The following morning, students attended an educator workshop, Conserving Culture, led by school programs coordinator Bonnie Thomas. The museum's chief curator, Barbara Ramsey presented an overview of conservation efforts at The Ringling. She emphasized the importance of conserving objects, the process of curating a collection, and the values placed on the philosophy, art, and science behind conservation. Students participated in hands-on activities and met teachers from local school districts.

The Art Education Department sponsored the event in conjunction with the recently formed Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Exhibitions Program (MEX). Professors Dr. Pat Villeneuve and Dr. Ann Rowson Love facilitated the trip with the museum Curator of Education Maureen Zaremba. Dr. Love serves as FSU's Ringling Museum Liaison and coordinates Ringling internships for several FSU graduate students beginning in Fall 2015.

"They treated us like rockstars!" stated doctoral student Ashley Hartman. Hartman spoke highly of both the hospitality of the museum staff and the insights they provided concerning rationales for exhibits and artists' works. She added that the visit was "inspiring. Re:Purposed gave me ideas for my long-term goals about collaborating between museums and art therapy. Also about the practical aspects of professional roles in the museum, such as exhibit design, decision making, and museum language."

broward.org 07/14/2015

Cultural Equity in the Arts: Building Bridges


broward.org 07/14/2015

Cultural Equity in the Arts: Building Bridges

Assistant Professor of Arts Administration Dr. Antonio C. Cuyler facilitated sessions at the Cultural Equity in the Arts: Building Bridges forum in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The forum took place on Saturday, May 30th, 2015 and was presented by the Broward Cultural Division in partnership with The Association of American Cultures, Old Dillard Museum, the School Board of Broward County, FL, the City of Fort Lauderdale, and the City of Fort Lauderdale CRA.

Discussion centered around pro-active explorations for integrating cultural equity within local arts policy as well as socioeconomic and educational infrastructures influenced by the arts. Participants worked together to problem-solve based upon equity of funding for all cultural institutions, elevation in multicultural leadership, as well as topics of storytelling, identity, leadership, and advocacy.

More information about the event can be found at this link:



FSU Art Education Department would like to give a round of congratulations to alumna Vivian Moreira Komando on being named the 2014-2015 Teacher-of-the-Year for South Walton High School in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida!

Dr. Komando received her PhD in Art Education from FSU in 2006. She has gone on to positively impact students and serve as a leader in her field. We are proud of Vivian and cannot wait to see what she accomplishes next!

arted.fsu.edu 07/08/2015

Community Art @ July First Friday – FSU Art Therapy

arted.fsu.edu The FSU Department of Art Education is the oldest department of its kind in the South. The distinguished faculty in the Department of Art Education is composed of seven members, each of whom holds the doctoral degree. The Department of Art Education offers programs leading to the 5 year combined (BA…

arted.fsu.edu 07/06/2015

Workshop Recap: Marilyn Stewart’s “Big Ideas and the New National Visual Arts Standards in Action”

arted.fsu.edu The FSU Department of Art Education is the oldest department of its kind in the South. The distinguished faculty in the Department of Art Education is composed of seven members, each of whom holds the doctoral degree. The Department of Art Education offers programs leading to the 5 year combined (BA…


FSU Department of Art Education

The Department of Art Education gives a big round of applause to Dr. Sheila Lorenzo de la Peña for the successful defense of her dissertation titled "Visual Expression and Resilience of Art Therapists."

Sheila's research particularly focuses upon the vulnerability of empathy exhaustion, more commonly known as burn-out, among art therapists and how art therapists may use personal art creation for self-preservation. Sheila's extensive personal interviews and the artwork of study participants highlighted her claim that "art therapists are vulnerable but armed" with responsive art making to process emotionally difficult content.

Sheila defended her dissertation on June 29th, 2015 in front of FSU faculty and committee members David Gussak, Carolyn Henne, Marcia Rosal, and Sara Scott Shields. When speaking about Dr. Lorenzo de la Peña's work, committee chair Dr. David Gussak said "I was proud. I was very proud."


Ever wonder what our professors do during the summertime? They stay pretty busy around here! FSU Arts Administration Director Pat Villeneuve and Assistant Professor of Arts Administration Ann Rowson Love has the pleasure of attending the Leading the Future of Museum Education: Challenges and Opportunities conference from May 27th to May 29th in Denver, Colorado.

The conference was presented by the Bank Street College's Leadership in Museum Education in collaboration with the Education Professional Network (EdCom) of the American Alliance of Museums, the Clyfford Still Museum, History Colorado, The Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and the Denver Art Museum.

Directors, managers, and academics of museum education departments convened to discuss the leadership challenges and opportunities facing the profession. Conversation focused upon questions as to the key methods for leaders to redirect programs and resources, articulate public value of services, describe and measure success, expand leadership development, and ensure that access, learning, and engagement remain at the core of the institutional mission.

For more information about the conference, please click http://aam-us.org/events/face-to-face-programs/leading-the-future-of-museum-education/


FSU Art Therapy Association

Help support FSU's art therapy students by eating and drinking at Burrito Boarder on Wednesday, June 24th from 5pm-9pm!

Just say, "I'm here for the fundraiser!" at checkout.

Money raised will help students attend the annual American Art Therapy Association conference. At this year's conference in Minneapolis, MN, students will learn about the latest research in the field of art therapy and meet students, alumni, and prominent professionals within the field.

arted.fsu.edu 06/18/2015

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position at Mercyhurst University, Fall 2015

arted.fsu.edu The FSU Department of Art Education is the oldest department of its kind in the South. The distinguished faculty in the Department of Art Education is composed of seven members, each of whom holds the doctoral degree. The Department of Art Education offers programs leading to the 5 year combined (BA…


FSU Department of Art Education

For June's First Friday, students from the FSU Art Therapy Association (FSU ATA) created 2 chalkboard carnival face boards and invited visitors to COME DRAW! It was a big hit - if you were not able to attend, we missed you! Check out a few of the creative people, creatures, and beasts below!

FSU ATA students have been leading community art directives at Tallahassee's Railroad Square on First Fridays. Each month, students initiate a new art directive and visitors to Railroad Square participate. Artwork and merchandise by FSU ATA are also on display.

The Art Therapy Association would also like to give a big thanks to Art Education Professor Sara Scott Shields and her husband Tim Shields for helping to cut the lumber for the chalkboard signs! We could not have relied on a more professional couple!

linkedin.com 06/15/2015

Workshop Invitation: Gelatin Prints and Fake Lithographs

linkedin.com We are excited to announce an upcoming FREE printmaking workshop titled Gelatin Prints and Fake Lithographs. The workshop will be facilitated by Arts Administration PhD candidate Cindy Jessup. Cindy is a former art education instructor who joined our program in Fall 2014.She is generously sharing h…

arted.fsu.edu 06/11/2015

Invitation to gallery opening – Doodle: Drawing on Original Diverse Learning Experiences

arted.fsu.edu The FSU Department of Art Education is the oldest department of its kind in the South. The distinguished faculty in the Department of Art Education is composed of seven members, each of whom holds the doctoral degree. The Department of Art Education offers programs leading to the 5 year combined (BA…

thegoe.com 05/28/2015

Understanding The Meaning of Colors

thegoe.com What are the meaning of colors? How do colors affect us and improve our mood? Learn about the meaning of colors and how you can use colors in your life.

arted.fsu.edu 05/21/2015

Congratulations to Art Ed.’s Spring 2015 graduates!

arted.fsu.edu The FSU Department of Art Education is the oldest department of its kind in the South. The distinguished faculty in the Department of Art Education is composed of seven members, each of whom holds the doctoral degree. The Department of Art Education offers programs leading to the 5 year combined (BA…


FSU Department of Art Education

Know of any art therapy clients? Our very own Dr. Theresa Van Lith, an Assistant Professor of Art Therapy, is currently conducting a study about the significance of art therapy from the clients’ perspective and needs your help promoting it!

Please pass on the study's webpage to clients who meet the following criteria:

* Currently is receiving or has received art therapy during the past six months
* Receiving art therapy for mental health concerns
* Between the ages of 18-65

Just click on the following link, which provides study information, consent forms, and the survey itself:


We will continue to post about this opportunity throughout the summer!


One more class to add to the list! Have you taken Grant Writing and Development in the Arts yet?

infogr.am 05/04/2015

Infographic: ARE 5262: Principles of Arts Administration | Infogram

Anyone still looking for a class to add to your Fall semester? Make sure to check out this awesome class: Principles of Arts Administration!

infogr.am Create infographics and interactive online charts. It's free and super-easy!

artsjournal.com 04/22/2015

Are nonprofit arts organizations special?

"Because the fine arts are mostly organized as nonprofits and because the fine arts are viewed as markers of sophistication, educational accomplishment, and virtue, the sector has come to think of itself as the only significant source of quality arts programming in the United States."

Do you agree?

artsjournal.com April 16, 2015 marked the opening session of a conference held at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington, on Advancing the Field(s) of Nonprofit Management...


FSU Arts Administration Program

news.art.fsu.edu 04/17/2015

LeMoyne 15th Annual Chain of Parks Art Festival | Art News

Who's going? Can't wait!

news.art.fsu.edu LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival is Tallahassee’s premiere outdoor fine art festival. Located along Park Avenue, just east of Monroe Street, the...

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