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It’s one of the quirky rites of spring in our region — every year, amateur artists and tinkerers converge on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to take part in a “Kinetic Sculpture Race”. Competing in home-made floats, they take to land and sea over fifteen miles and eight hours. Join Kojo for a preview of this year’s race and meet a team from a local school.
- Mark Ward Deputy Director, American Visionary Art Museum (Baltimore, MD)
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