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The Museum of Street Culture presents the third event in its dialogue series with arts professionals and human and social service specialists on the interplay of aesthetics and advocacy.

In partnership with the Nasher Sculpture Center, The Museum of Street Culture will present a screening of Streetwise, 1984, directed by Martin Bell, developed from Mary Ellen Mark and Cheryl McCall’s Life magazine story, Streets of the Lost.

The screening will be followed by Streetwise filmmaker Martin Bell in conversation with Alan Govenar, founding director of The Museum of Street Culture.

The Museum of Street Culture presents the third event in its dialogue series with arts professionals and human and social service specialists on the interplay of aesthetics and advocacy.

In partnership with the Nasher Sculpture Center, The Museum of Street Culture will present a screening of Streetwise, 1984, directed by Martin Bell, developed from Mary Ellen Mark and Cheryl McCall’s Life magazine story, Streets of the Lost.

The screening will be followed by Streetwise filmmaker Martin Bell in conversation with Alan Govenar, founding director of The Museum of Street Culture.

The Museum of Street Culture presents the third event in its dialogue series with arts professionals and human and social service specialists on the interplay of aesthetics and advocacy.

In partnership with the Nasher Sculpture Center, The Museum of Street Culture will present a screening of Streetwise, 1984, directed by Martin Bell, developed from Mary Ellen Mark and Cheryl McCall’s Life magazine story, Streets of the Lost.

The screening will be followed by Streetwise filmmaker Martin Bell in conversation with Alan Govenar, founding director of The Museum of Street Culture.

WHEN

WHERE

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

TICKET INFO

$10; Free for members.
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