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Made In Polaroid Exhibit

'Made in Polaroid', an exhibit featuring over 50 works of arts from a diverse group of celebrities, artists, photographers, fashion designers and musicians including Dave Kinsey, Joe Sorren, Stella Im Hultberg and Chase Jarvis opens later this week in New York City. 'Made In Polaroid' celebrates Polaroid's founder, Edwin H. Land's love of the arts and will be open to the public September 9th through the 13th at New York City's Phillips de Pury & Company's gallery. The project will benefit Free Arts New York, which provides under-served children and families with a unique combination of educational arts and mentoring programs. All works are created with photos instantly printed from the Polaroid GL10. For more information visit polaroid.com.

Joe Sorren

'Made in Polaroid', an exhibit featuring over 50 works of arts from a diverse group of celebrities, artists, photographers, fashion designers and musicians including Dave Kinsey, Joe Sorren, Stella Im Hultberg and Chase Jarvis opens later this week in New York City. 'Made In Polaroid' celebrates Polaroid's founder, Edwin H. Land's love of the arts and will be open to the public September 9th through the 13th at New York City's Phillips de Pury & Company's gallery. The project will benefit Free Arts New York, which provides under-served children and families with a unique combination of educational arts and mentoring programs. All works are created with photos instantly printed from the Polaroid GL10. For more information visit polaroid.com.

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Stella Im Hultberg

Chase Jarvis

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