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Semblance and Guised. These exhibits are the Month of Photography entries from Metropolitan State University of Denver's Center for Visual Art. The first show, Semblance, was organized by Metro assistant professor Tomiko Jones, a fairly recent addition to the city's photo scene, together with CVA creative director Cecily Cullen. The pair chose enigmatic works about ceremony, process and the imagination, including pieces by, among others, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, Laura Shill and Janaina Tschäpe, with the clear pattern that connects them being a non-whimsical version of fantasy. The second show, Guised, is dedicated to video and was put together by Sama Alshaibi whose photos and videos are in the other show. Alshaibi, from Arizona, selected works by various artists, including Coriana Close, Gary Setzer and Larissa Sansour, with all of the pieces making their American debut in this show. Finally, there's a good-looking Metro student show with Chancey Bush, Blair Douglas, Kelsey Sailsbery, Evan Lee Miller, Holly Mills and Carolyn Nicholson. Through April 13 at the Metro State Center for Visual Art, 965 Santa Fe Drive, 303-294-5207,

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