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The '''Distroboto''' project distributes art via Distroboto machines.  
The '''Distroboto''' project distributes art via Distroboto machines.  
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Distroboto machines "are former cigarette machines which no longer sell cigarettes, but instead, sell art".<ref name="distroboto">[http://www.distroboto.archivemontreal.org/ Main page of Distroboto website], 2006.</ref> There are four Distroboto machines, all located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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Distroboto machines "are former cigarette machines which no longer sell cigarettes, but instead, sell art". There are four Distroboto machines, all located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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"The low price of the work sold through the Distroboto machines, currently set at two dollars," "encourages the public to discover a whole world of local art".<ref name="distroboto"/>
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"The low price of the work sold through the Distroboto machines, currently set at two dollars," "encourages the public to discover a whole world of local art".
== The Distroboto mandate ==
== The Distroboto mandate ==
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The mandate of the Distroboto project is to provide an opportunity to emerging artists of all disciplines" "to gain wider exposure by making examples of their work easily accessible to the public."<ref name="distroboto"/>
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The mandate of the Distroboto project is to provide an opportunity to emerging artists of all disciplines" "to gain wider exposure by making examples of their work easily accessible to the public."
== References ==
== References ==
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* [http://www.distroboto.archivemontreal.org/ Main page of Distroboto website], 2006.
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Revision as of 01:50, 26 October 2006

The Distroboto project distributes art via Distroboto machines.

Distroboto machines "are former cigarette machines which no longer sell cigarettes, but instead, sell art". There are four Distroboto machines, all located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

"The low price of the work sold through the Distroboto machines, currently set at two dollars," "encourages the public to discover a whole world of local art".

The Distroboto mandate

The mandate of the Distroboto project is to provide an opportunity to emerging artists of all disciplines" "to gain wider exposure by making examples of their work easily accessible to the public."

References

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