We See Heaven Upside Down project (migration 4) in partnership with Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art. Opening May 3 and running through June 15, 2019.
DECEMBER 2017- JNAURAY 7, 2108
Gateways explores the changing demographics of the urban U.S. through the experiences of Latino (im)migrants in four important but less-recognized cities. The project is based in the DC metro area and comparatively examines: Baltimore, MD; Charlotte, NC; and Raleigh-Durham, NC.
SEPTEMBER 2015 - NOVEMBER 2016
Created by Levine Museum, in collaboration with Atlanta History Center and Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, the exhibit aims to engage Latinos of many backgrounds together with non-Latinos—serving as a catalyst for personal reflection, cross-cultural interaction and community engagement. It will create civic spaces physically and virtually to deepen understanding of Latinos’ histories, cultures and experiences, foster connection across difference and promote exploration of contentious issues in a safe environment.