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Palo Alto Art Center Director Karen Kienzle talks about "Rooted: Trees in contemporary art," an exhibit featuring the works of 20 different artists, from photography to sculpture to a multimedia installation. Kienzle also discusses the unique role and programs of the Art Center in fostering creativity in Palo Alto.

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