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Badaro's recently opened CUB Gallery offers a platform where Lebanon's art students and recent graduates can show their work.Emerging from a collaboration between FFA Private Bank and the Beirut Art Residency, CUB opened its doors just before Christmas with its first exhibition – an untitled group show featuring the work of 16 2017 graduates from the AUB, LAU, LU, ALBA and NDU. The gallery intends to stage a new show every two months.For future shows, Rizkallah says, CUB hopes to receive applications from interested people and to monitor graduates of Lebanese universities in the years to come.For the time being, CUB will function solely as a gallery. In the coming year, Rizkallah said he hopes to offer a public program of master classes, workshops and talks. They also intend to recruit graduates of USJ's and AUB's curatorial studies programs to curate CUB shows.CUB Gallery's untitled exhibition of work by art school grads is up Tuesday-Saturday, 2-9 p.m, through Feb. 14 .
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