FEATURE PHOTO: Snacks and a movie at Tarble

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FEATURE PHOTO: Snacks and a movie at Tarble

Tim Abel, the museum education manager and organizer of the event, watches the documentary  “The Central Park Five” as he keeps track of the snack table at the Tarble Arts Center on Tuesday evening.

Tim Abel, the museum education manager and organizer of the event, watches the documentary  “The Central Park Five” as he keeps track of the snack table at the Tarble Arts Center on Tuesday evening.

Elizabeth Wood

Tim Abel, the museum education manager and organizer of the event, watches the documentary  “The Central Park Five” as he keeps track of the snack table at the Tarble Arts Center on Tuesday evening.

Elizabeth Wood

Elizabeth Wood

Tim Abel, the museum education manager and organizer of the event, watches the documentary  “The Central Park Five” as he keeps track of the snack table at the Tarble Arts Center on Tuesday evening.

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Tim Abel, the museum education manager and organizer of the event, watches the documentary  “The Central Park Five” as he keeps track of the snack table at the Tarble Arts Center on Tuesday evening.

Abel said this is the third movie Tarble has shown this fall semester to challenge students to think about the existence of power as well as their own positions in society.

He added that he hopes the students connect these ideas and conversations to other things aside from art; however, if students want to make art, they can make protest banners at the Tarble Arts Center.