The Great Migration: A City Transformed (1916-1930), August 3-12, an Exhibition at Slought Gallery

August 3-12
Location(s): 

Slought Gallery
4017 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Event Type: 
Screening

Opening Reception on Wednesday, August 3 – 7:00pm   RSVP HERE

Sonic Migration – Mendi + Keith Obadike
A four-channel sound and video work based on the historical echoes of life inside the historic Tindley Temple and re-interpreting the hymns of Rev. Charles Albert Tindley.

Ancestral Correspondence – Lonnie Graham
A photographic exhibit of elders from the Wissahickon Boys and Girls Club and their stories of migration.

 

Hear from the creators themselves at an Artists' Talkback on Friday, August 5 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM.
RSVP HERE

 

THE GREAT MIGRATION: A CITY TRANSFORMED (1916-1930) IS BEEN SUPPORTED BY THE PEW CENTER FOR ARTS & HERITAGE.  

 

 

 

Additional support is provided by the Lincoln Financial Foundation, Hamilton Family Foundation, the Department of History of Art, Department of Africana Studies and Center for Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania

Cost: 
FREE