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Get inspired. Get in free. Gallery admission #AtTheWalker is free from 5 to 9 pm every Thursday night.

Start the weekend early with a healthy dose of art-gazing, people-watching, and activities like an expermential film screening, a talk with an artist from Question The Wall Itself, and book browsing in our library.

Expanding the Frame: Stasis & Motion
Walker Cinema, 7:30 pm

Minneapolis-based artists Sam Hoolihan, John Marks, and Crystal Myslajek premiere a newly commissioned work of expanded cinema. Using hand-processed film stocks and music, they respond to rare prints from the Ruben/Bentson Moving Image Collection. A discussion with the artists follows. Free tickets available at the main lobby desk from 6:30 pm

Artist Talk: Park McArthur
6:30 pm, Mediatheque

Join Park McArthur for a discussion of her work in the exhibition Question the Wall Itself. Using everyday materials that often carry signs of movement, McArthur constructs sculptural environments that draw upon her reliance on caregivers to aid in her daily mobility. This program begins in the Bentson Mediatheque with a screening of excerpts from the documentary Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years 1984 to 1992, directed by Dagmar Schultz. After the screening, McArthur and Walker education curator Daniel Atkinson will talk about her artistic practice and her work in the show.
For this lecture, the artist will be present remotely through live-stream video connection.

Open Library
Walker Library, 5–9 pm

Usually only accessible by appointment, the Walker Art Center Library will be open to the public this evening. Browse the shelves and take a look at books about your favorite contemporary artist. Selected materials about the history of the Walker will also be on view.
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By: Walker Art Center

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