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May 28, 2014 3:55 PM

Final Friday event celebrates teacher, her students

Tara Hufford Walker has a saying: “It’s all about the art.” That mantra has guided her through 35 years of teaching. An artist first, she has always aimed to imbue a sense of uniqueness in her students’ creative pursuits. As her teaching career comes to an end, Walker has invited her former students to exhibit their own works in a collective show for Final Friday. Her retirement party at the Go Away Garage on Commerce Street is a celebration both of her classroom tenure and the talent she has inspired.

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