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Nov 01, 2019
Help us celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Wexner Center at Wex Wide Open on Sunday, Nov. 10. Starting at 1 PM, kids of all ages are invited to explore the galleries, take part in mini tours and gallery hunts, peek inside the Wex's Film/Video Studio, make mixed media art with local artist Bobby Luck and pick up some whistling tips from world champion whistler Emily Eagan. Also, at 1 PM we'll screen Jodie Foster's 1991 directorial debut, Little Man Tate, in which Foster stars as a working-class mom raising a genius son. The Wex was used as a shooting location for the film. Check out the trailer below and you'll catch a shot of architect Peter Eisenman's grid.
Admission to the film and all Wex Wide Open events is free.