Brooklyn: The Collective Memory T

Sep 29 – Oct 01
Studio 229

BPA Fellow The Collective Memory project commemorates and celebrates Charlotte's once vibrant Black Wall Street community known as Brooklyn -- upholding the legacies of those who came before us one brick at a time. The interactive experience invites people to learn the history of the once flourishing Brooklyn neighborhood through life-size portraits, archival books, and documented videos of former residents sharing their stories. Shedding light on urban renewal and the displacement of minority communities as a by-product, this immersive experience gives visitors an understanding of how we navigate the effects of moving people in and out of spaces as infrastructures grow. Collaborator: Sam Hoggs.

$5

Brooklyn: The Collective Memory T

Sep 30 – Oct 01
Studio 229

BPA Fellow The Collective Memory project commemorates and celebrates Charlotte's once vibrant Black Wall Street community known as Brooklyn -- upholding the legacies of those who came before us one brick at a time. The interactive experience invites people to learn the history of the once flourishing Brooklyn neighborhood through life-size portraits, archival books, and documented videos of former residents sharing their stories. Shedding light on urban renewal and the displacement of minority communities as a by-product, this immersive experience gives visitors an understanding of how we navigate the effects of moving people in and out of spaces as infrastructures grow. Collaborator: Sam Hoggs.

$5

Brooklyn: The Collective Memory T

Sep 30 – Oct 01
Studio 229

BPA Fellow The Collective Memory project commemorates and celebrates Charlotte's once vibrant Black Wall Street community known as Brooklyn -- upholding the legacies of those who came before us one brick at a time. The interactive experience invites people to learn the history of the once flourishing Brooklyn neighborhood through life-size portraits, archival books, and documented videos of former residents sharing their stories. Shedding light on urban renewal and the displacement of minority communities as a by-product, this immersive experience gives visitors an understanding of how we navigate the effects of moving people in and out of spaces as infrastructures grow. Collaborator: Sam Hoggs.

$5