Exhibition Tour: I Approve This Message: July 16th

. July 1, 2016.
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With the election season in full swing, this exhibit explores the way political campaigns use emotion to attract voters. Join Adam Levine (TMA Assistant Director and exhibition co-curator) and Harriett Levin Balkind (guest co-curator) as they decode this exhibition and help you navigate fear, anger, enthusiasm, hope, and other emotions that political ads employ to sway your rationality. Balkind is founder of HonestAds, a nonpartisan nonprofit working to bring people into-the-know about political advertising.

2pm | Toledo Museum of Art | 2445 Monroe St. 419-255-8000 | toledomuseum.orgFree

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