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“Da Vinci Dialogo”
 by Jo Ann Fleischhauer
 with granite floor, mirror, yew wood, paint and lighting at the 
UT Health Science Center Houston, MD Anderson Cancer Center, South Campus Research Building 3, 6th floor entryway corridor Photo by Ken Frederick and Jimmy Hemphill
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Jo Ann Fleischhauer
 Photo by Ken Frederick and Jimmy Hemphill
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Delfeayo Marsalis performs as part of Divas World's "Worldly Perspectives" Photo by Rodney Waters
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Anthony Brandt, an associate professor of composition and theory at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music, and J. Todd Frazier, a composer and executive director of Young Audiences of Houston, have composed music to be premiered at Rice's Buckyball Discovery Gala on Oct. 10. Photo by Jeff Fitlow/Rice University
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Detail of mirrored ceiling Photo by Ken Frederick and Jimmy Hemphill
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Detail of inlaid granite floor, C60 molecule or fullerene, also known as the buckyball Photo by Ken Frederick and Jimmy Hemphill