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Sun, June 25|12:00pm - 3:00pm Free
Photographer J.R. Ball first arrived in McKinney ten years ago and jarringly found himself immersed in the expansive flatness of the rural North Texas plains. With only an antiquated film camera by his side, he became lost amongst places and things long forgotten, discarded, and abandoned.
Before long, he developed a deep, personal connection with this subject matter and, therein, found meaning and direction. Now, he shares a decade worth of work in his first solo exhibition.
--Friday, June 23, 7p-9p--
Artist Talk, 8p
--Saturday, June 24, 6p-10p--
Panel: Culture Shock: Elevating a Creative Economy in the Face of Change, 8p
North Texas is projected to add nearly 3 million residents by 2030, and McKinney will be greatly impacted. With big changes on the horizon, what will it take to cultivate, attract, and sustain a community that supports arts and cultural development?
-Amy Rosenthal, MPAC/Main Street Program Director
-Guy Giersch, City of McKinney Historic Preservation Officer
-Dr. Dallie Clark, Professor of Humanities & Lebrecht Endowed Chair, Collin College
--Sunday., June 25, 12p-3p--
Workshop & Bloody Mary Bar, 1p
See more at: jrballphotography.com