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By Dr. J Caldwell

One of the newest art galleries in the area, The LoDi Project on N. Blount Street, Raleigh, has put out a call for local artists to create art for a benefit for Haiti. Owner Georges Le Chevallier’s cousin Gerard Le Chevallier worked in Haiti during the earthquake and is still missing. The exhibition takes place Friday, Feb. 5, through Sunday, Feb. 7. All proceeds from the art show will go to Mercy Corps and designated to the immediate relief of the Haitian people.

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