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ICOM/MPR Conference Closing Evening at CCA

October 28, 2015
On October 27, 2015 the participants of the Annual Conference of the International Council of Museums' Committee for Marketing and Public Relations (ICOM/MPR) visited the Cafesjian Center for the Arts to take part in the closing evening of the Conference.

The participants had a tour of the Center, learned about its history and watched the permanent and temporary exhibitions.

The evening was concluded at the Special Events Auditorium, where the guests enjoyed a jazz concert, and the certificates handing ceremony was held.  At the end, the traditional candle lighting ceremony took place on the Three Divers Terrace.
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