Dialogues & Workshops
THEMUSEUM, which has built a reputation on provoking conversation with its relevant and often controversial exhibitions, present dynamic dialogues on select Wednesdays during the year.
The Model Citizens Dialogues will consist of speakers, panels and films to complement this contemporary exhibition and engage the community in a discussion around the impact of technology on our shared social experiences. The upcoming dialogues are Pay What You Can (PWYC), with a suggested donation of $10.
#METOOISNTENOUGH: A Part of the Model Citizens Dialogue Series
THEMUSEUM will be hosting a community conversation about the #MeToo movement with a focus on creating measurable differences in regards to sexual harassment and assault in the region. The dialogue will be moderated by Julie Barker-Merz, a community leader in support of women in business and gender parity.
Life Asks™ Pop-Up Community Conversations
What stories can we tell each other that will make a difference to the way we live, work, do business, launch innovative projects, and interact together in community? And how can we make these stories go viral?
Join us for a Pop-Up on Community Conversations.
Mann: A Short Film by Kyle Sawyer – Screening and Q&A
A mannequin lives alone in a beige apartment in a gated community of identical beige apartments. Each day of his repetitive life he must avoid a set of stairs on his way to work with a great sigh. He is not blessed with human mobility. He cannot eat, he cannot run, he cannot climb stairs. At a nondescript Nashville clothing store, it’s clear he’s fallen for his spritely coworker, and incidentally his closest human contact, but the connection is not mutual, it cannot be because he can never let her know. He comes to this realization and silently searches for his own place and purpose in the scorched American south.