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Heard brings his theater-focused “Dramatic Signs: Bringing Neon to Life” event to the museum in May.

Theater director Troy Heard is Neon Museum’s next artist in residence

April 24th, 2015

Heard brings his theater-focused “Dramatic Signs: Bringing Neon to Life” event to the museum in May.

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