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A Night of Migration Stories by Hampton Art Lovers Presented by The Wolfsonian Museum



What is your family's South Florida migration story? Hampton Art Lovers, The Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab (WPHL), and The Wolfsonian museum present an evening all about movement, diasporas, and what it means to relocate while retaining culture. Hampton Art Lovers founder Christopher Norwood and moderator Nancy Ancrum, Miami Herald editorial page editor, will lead a talk about visual artists' representations of the Great Migration, which saw Black Americans move from South to North in the early 20th century. Also: WPHL will collect your migration story in a makeshift recording booth temporarily transforming our Bridge Tender House / Josephine Baker Pavilion, and you'll have the chance to beta-test our new maps and oral histories-inspired digital interactive!


Free; held at 1001 Washington Ave. Made possible with Hampton Art Lovers and WPH


By ML Staff. Images Courtesy of The Wolfsonian

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