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Baltimore Stories / Art of Transformation Event at CAC

Hope & Aspiration after Disinvestment and Displacement


Off Campus

Date & Time

September 29, 2016, 6:00 pm8:00 pm


As part of the Baltimore Stories Project, join us for the third Art of Transformation event:
Hope and Aspiration after Disinvestment and Displacement

A VARIETY SHOW (!) of stories in the form of art, film, music, performance, poetry, music, and conversation as communities recover from the effects of deindustrialization, disinvestment, and displacement in South and West Baltimore.

This is also the closing event of the Development Without Displacement art exhibition.

Thursday, September 29th at 6–8:00pm
following the closing reception for the art exhibition, Development Without Displacement (which begins at 4:30pm).

194 Hammonds Lane 
Brooklyn Park, MD 21225


This project is being developed by the Imaging Research Center at UMBC in collaboration with Baltimore Imagining Group (big) a coalition of individuals from Baltimore arts, community, and social justice organizations. It is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities as part of Baltimore Stories grant to the University of Maryland, College Park, the Maryland Humanities Council, the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. Collaborators include Baltimore TracesUnited WorkersChesapeake Arts Center, Dresher Center for the HumanitiesCulture Works, The US Department of Arts and CultureEquity MattersNew LensWombwork Productions, and Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.

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