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Join Twin Cities PBS executive producer Daniel Bergin and producer Miranda Harincar in the Walker Art Center’s Bentson Mediatheque for an excerpt of their new TPT documentary, Film in the Cities: Radical Roots of Youth Media, focusing on the early days of Film in the Cities, a revolutionary Twin Cities youth–based media arts movement.
Produced with Walker Art Center, Radical Roots premieres on TPT on February 21.
Mask-wearing is mandatory for all attendees.
The Walker requires all ticket holders to show proof of a completed COVID-19 vaccination regimen to enter any screening or performance held in the Walker Cinema or McGuire theater (and select Bentson Mediatheque events). A negative COVID-19 test result will no longer be accepted.
Proof of vaccination must match the ticket holder’s ID. Ticket holders under age 18 may provide a school photo ID or an official school document with the student’s name.
A completed COVID-19 vaccination regimen means at least 14 days have passed since receiving a second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or a single dose of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Attendees may present a physical vaccination record card or a digital document on a mobile device (such as a photo image of a vaccination record card). The Docket or Bindle apps are an easy and convenient option for tracking and sharing your vaccination card digitally.
Refunds: Any ticket holder unable to meet the above requirement(s) is eligible for a refund.
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