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    Colby College's Lunder Institute of American Art resident artist Theaster Gates, left, learns about the South End Teen Center from Ryan Kneeland and Andrea Pasco during a tour of the South End in Waterville on Wednesday. Gates specializes in revitalizing neighborhoods through art and urban planning.

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    Theaster Gates, an American social practice installation artist, speaks with residents of the south end of Waterville during a brain-storming session on community revival Wednesday at the South End Teen center on Water Street in Waterville. Gates is the Inaugural Lunder Institute Visiting Artist at Colby College.

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    Margaret Levis holds her 6-month-old daughter, Victoria, as they listen Wednesday to a community improvement discussion with Theaster Gates, an American social practice installation artist, at the South End Teen center on Water Street in Waterville. Gates is the Inaugural Lunder Institute Visiting Artist at Colby College.

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    Gallery: Colby artist-in-residence talks community solutions - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Theaster Gates, an American social practice installation artist, speaks with residents of the south end of Waterville during a brain-storming session on community revival Wednesday at the South End Teen center on Water Street in Waterville. Gates is the Inaugural Lunder Institute Visiting Artist at Colby College.

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    Colby College's Lunder Institute of American Art resident artist Theaster Gates speaks to officials at the South End Teen Center during a tour of the South End in Waterville on Wednesday. Gates specializes in revitalizing neighborhoods through art and urban planning.

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