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Encore Park Sculpture Wall
Blues musician Keb Mo gesturing to Robert Johnson in a panel of the Encore Park sculpture wall, called The Birth of a City, by artists Brad Oldham and Christy Coltrin. Photograph courtesy of Jeffrey Liles
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The Encore Park sculpture wall and side of 508 Park. Photo courtesy of Brad Oldham
Robert Johnson
Blues legend Robert Johnson recorded many of his songs and final works at 508 Park in downtown Dallas. Photo courtesy of Encore Park
Steven Johnson
Steven Johnson in front of 508 Park, where his grandfather Robert Johnson recorded 78 years ago. Photo courtesy of Carol J. Adams
508 ampitheater
The 508 Ampitheater. Photo courtesy of Encore Park
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After working with forensic paint specialists, Encore Park was able to restore the original Warner Bros. signage on the side of the building. Photo courtesy of 508 Park
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Future phases of Encore Park will create the Museum of Street Culture in 508 Park. Photo courtesy of Good Fulton & Farrell
508 Museum
Future phases of Encore Park will include three art galleries on the first floor of 508 Park. Photo courtesy of Good Fulton & Farrell