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Painting Studio, HUB
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This panorama was taken inside the Painting Studio in the lower level of HUB International (below HUB Mall). HUB International is located on the North Campus of the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

HUB International is also home to fundamentals art and design studios as well as the Art Store (only sells art/design supplies to art and design students enrolled in courses). There is another painting studio inside the Fine Arts Building (FAB).

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