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Kellie Gutman writes:
On Friday June 1, and Sunday June 3, New York’s premier reuse center, Materials for the Arts, will be the recipient of proceeds from screenings of One Day on Earth. It was made in 2010, and filmed in every country on earth on the same day. There will be a week of showings to benefit local charities in New York City.
Materials for the Arts is a program of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. It collects unneeded materials from businesses and individuals and donates them to arts programming across the city.
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