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Last Chance to Bare Your Soles in the Shoe Confessional at the Dallas Museum of Art

Sole Sisters

Sole Sisters

Shoe Confessional
Dallas Museum of Art
February 11 and 12, 2012

As part of the Sole Sisters film project, award-winning filmmaker Cynthia Salzman Mondell will be filming women’s stories live with her cutting edge Shoe Confessional at the Dallas Museum of Art.

The Shoe Confessional is a booth where women are free to share their shoe stories and divulge their secrets. This multifaceted project aims to connect the storyteller with the audience allowing for an intimate storytelling experience.

Read Cynthia Salzman Mondell Talks about the Shoe Confessional at the Dallas Museum of Art (Jan. 19, 2012) for more details.

The project is about empowering women and creating communities. A team of talented designers, architects, artists and craftspeople collaborated on the design and construction of the Shoe Confessional. The team includes: Designer Jen Mauldin from Wilson Associates, craftsperson and builder Arnulfo Chavez, audio specialist David Friedman from WaveMaker Audio, community outreach director Valen Chavez, Steve Shipp, Misti Chambers, Rondi Hillstrom Davis, Alyx Martinez and Phil Allen of Allen Media. Special Thanks to Sarofim Realty Advisors for donating workspace in the Knox Street area.

Be part of a new era of storytelling by visiting the Shoe Confessional at the Dallas Museum of Art on February 11th & 12th. Show off your shoes and share your story. For more information on the film and other ongoing projects, please visit us at www.solesistersfilm.com and www.facebook.com/solesistersfilm.

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One response to “Last Chance to Bare Your Soles in the Shoe Confessional at the Dallas Museum of Art”

  1. Not that this isn’t an awesome thing she’s doing… love it! But why is it that women are always supposed to be empowered with shoes, dresses, and makeup?