3 Disappearing Acts: Re-Imagining Monuments Continues

Date(s) - February 3, 2018
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
The Living Well Center
235 Holliday Street, Baltimore, MD, 21202
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Due to the process of the removal of 4 of Baltimore’s Confederate Monuments, Artpartheid will discuss the negative impact of their racist legacy through dialogue, poetry, music and art. Join us with generous support from Maryland Humanities, as we continue the process of Re-Imagining Monuments and the role of public art in our city through a series of “healing”conversations.

Hosted in partnership with BeMore Community Sings under the leadership of international singer, Lea Gilmore, at The Living Well Center. Participate in this community dialogue as we sing, talk, and learn- All opinions are welcome and the event is open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.


Project Overview:
There will be three dates February through March. Similar to the fall meetings, each conversation will be different depending on where its hosted. Throughout the series, along with performances, there will be presentations on monuments in other parts of the country and world, and a hands-on visioning session. While we continue to explore the potential of future monuments and how they serve the public, we will dream, fellowship and meet new like-minded stakeholders that share a love for Baltimore’s vibrant history and resilient future.

Look out for updated events with new locations/times.

Artpartheid thanks Maryland Humanities for a generous grant that allowed this series to continue. Shout out to The Living Well Center, and future locations, Baltimore Clayworks and MAXgallery for hosting

Maryland Humanities is a statewide, educational nonprofit organization that creates and supports educational experiences in the humanities that inspire all Marylanders to embrace lifelong learning, exchange ideas openly, and enrich their communities.
Maryland Humanities
108 West Centre Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201-4565
(410) 685-0095
(410) 685-0795 fax
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