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Breaking Ground: Filmmaker Valery Lyman Returns to the Waterworks Museum
Documentary film artist and Harvard Film Fellow Valery Lyman presents a 20-channel immersive sound and video event about the boomtowns and oil fields of North Dakota.
The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum, the nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of Boston’s industrial and engineering legacy, is again remounting Valery Lyman’s documentary work Breaking Ground: An Immersive Meditation on the Oilfields of North Dakota on the evenings of March 28-29 and April 5-7, 2018, at 7pm.
Drawn from four years of close observation, documentary artist Valery Lyman exposes the cycles of opportunity and destruction in the Bakken oil shaleView more
Special event admission is $12 per person and tickets are available through Eventbrite. Discounted $10 tickets will also be available at the Museum door for students, seniors, and Waterworks members.
Additional time info:
Join us for showings of Breaking Ground: An Immersive Meditation on the Oil Fields of North Dakota on March 28-29 and again April 5-7 from 7pm to 10pm.
2450 Beacon Street