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Christopher Dunn: Tropicália and the Politics of Culture in Brazil
Thursday, November 3, 6 pm

Christopher Dunn, author of Brutality Garden: Tropicália and the Emergence of a Brazilian Counterculture, provides an overview of Tropicália as a cultural moment.

Registration for all lectures, classes, and workshops begins September 6th. You may reserve lecture tickets in person at the MCA box office, online, or by calling 312.397.4010. Lectures are free with museum admission, but space is limited. Up to two tickets may be reserved in advance. There is a $3 nonrefundable handling fee for phone and online orders. If a lecture is fully reserved, we will start a waiting list one hour before the lecture. The MCA will release all unclaimed tickets ten minutes before the beginning of the lecture. The MCA is wheelchair accessible. Assisted-listening devices are available with advance notice. For more information about the registration process, please visit the Registration and Policies page or call 312.397.4010.

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