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This Week: International Orange Exhibition

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Published on May 17, 2012

On Memorial Day Weekend an unprecedented art exhibition honoring the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge will open at Fort Point. Scott Shafer gets a sneak preview with a visit to the studio of artist Anandamayi Arnold, who is making a vibrant series of dresses made almost entirely from crepe paper. The colorful creations pay homage to the Spanish style dresses worn by the "Fiesta Queens" who helped kick-off the Golden Gate Bridge's opening ceremonies in 1937.

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