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#6 Where else are Urban Beasts being exhibited?

Many Urban Beasts reside in people's homes or in private collections. While it would be dificult to track each of these down, you can see most of them online. If you want to hit the road, you will find Muriel, the Wildebeast, in Maryland at the Sandy Springs Day School. Muriel's head hangs high above the students in the lunchroom. Aesop is possibly still sitting up in a branch overlooking the town hall of Kitchener Ontario, Canada. Mary was last seen in the Linden trees at La Plaza Cultural, on the corner of Avenue C and Eighth street in New York, but she has gone missing. To keep up to date on exhibitions check out the Urban Beast Projects page.

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