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A ceramics class at the Educational Alliance Sirovich Senior Center at 331 E. 12th Street in the East Village taught by artist-in-residence at the center, Judy Hugentobler (52), on the afternoon of July 15, 2010. Ms. Hugentobler is a ceramic sculptor from Staten Island and is currently one of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s artists-in-residence at the senior center where she teaches art classes to elderly citizens and receives studio space at the center to do her own work. (Photo/Emily Berl for the New York Times)

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