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"Called to Walls" art documentary screening

@ The Citadel Stage, 609 Huron Ave., Port Huron, Mi
Join local artists for a free screening of “Called to Walls,” a documentary about how public mural projects came to be in various towns across America at The Citadel Stage Nov.6. The screening will be followed with a panel discussion that includes Nicholas Ward, "Called to Walls" documentary director; Dave Loewenstein, the lead muralist from the film; Roula David, the director of the Eastern Market event in Detroit called Murals in the Market; David Stoneberg, Port Huron muralist; and Steve Nordgren, Port Huron muralist. The discussion will revolve around funding sources & mural locations in Port Huron. www.calledtowalls.com

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