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Lunchtime Culture
Aug 18 2017 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Lunchtime Culture

The Breman Museum, Center for Puppetry Arts, and High Museum of Art are partnering to bring the Midtown community something new between 12 noon and 1p.m. The program pairs two of the institutions for a conversation, performance, or tour experience from a new perspective. Each lunchtime program is free and alsts approximately 20 minutes (with time to explore the Museum's exhibitions after the program.

August 18, 2017
Location: The Breman Museum
Program: Learn about Josef Skupa, a Czech puppeteer who performed satirical puppet shows during the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia.

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