STATE COLLEGE, PA. (AP) - In a June 7 story about artist Judy Chicago’s gift to Penn State University’s library, The Associated Press erroneously reported the content of the donation. It includes archival material such as videos, photos and notes on teaching projects, not pieces of her artwork. In addition, the story erroneously reported when the exhibit is opening. It is scheduled to open in 2014, not this fall.
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