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The Museum of Street Culture presents the second event in its dialogue series with arts professionals and human and social service professionals on the role of photography in social advocacy and human services.

Brian Wallis (Curator, The Walther Collection, New York City) will be in conversation with Sue Thiers Hesseltine (Executive Director, Our Friends Place, Dallas). A discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Alan Govenar (Founding Director, The Museum of Street Culture).

The Museum of Street Culture presents the second event in its dialogue series with arts professionals and human and social service professionals on the role of photography in social advocacy and human services.

Brian Wallis (Curator, The Walther Collection, New York City) will be in conversation with Sue Thiers Hesseltine (Executive Director, Our Friends Place, Dallas). A discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Alan Govenar (Founding Director, The Museum of Street Culture).

The Museum of Street Culture presents the second event in its dialogue series with arts professionals and human and social service professionals on the role of photography in social advocacy and human services.

Brian Wallis (Curator, The Walther Collection, New York City) will be in conversation with Sue Thiers Hesseltine (Executive Director, Our Friends Place, Dallas). A discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Alan Govenar (Founding Director, The Museum of Street Culture).

WHEN

WHERE

Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.museumofstreetculture.org/

TICKET INFO

$10
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