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10975 SW 17th St. Miami, FL Miami, FL 33199 | Sweetwater/Westchester/West Miami |
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The Frost Art Museum, located within a large urban institution, provides an exceptional resource for scholarly research and interdisciplinary collaboration, augmenting the university’s educational mission as both a local and global center of knowledge and culture.

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