“POOL: A Social History of Segregation” to Open on World Water Day, March 22, 2022. Full statement here.
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June 2022

POOL Exhibition

POOL weaves together history, site-specific artwork, storytelling, scholarship and place-based learning to illuminate a history of segregated swimming in America, and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities.

RIPPLE EFFECT: Curator and Artists’ Tours

Personal guided tours of Ripple Effect: Ed Grusheski Memorial Exhibition featuring thirteen local artists. The artists careers span from emerging to seasoned and the show includes drawings, paintings, sculpture and b/w photography. Ed Grusheski had a gentle yet persuasive positive manner that resulted in cultivating like minded friends, colleagues, and communities, inspiring them to become […]

RIPPLE EFFECT: Curator and Artists’ Tours

Personal guided tours of Ripple Effect: Ed Grusheski Memorial Exhibition featuring thirteen local artists. The artists careers span from emerging to seasoned and the show includes drawings, paintings, sculpture and b/w photography. Ed Grusheski had a gentle yet persuasive positive manner that resulted in cultivating like minded friends, colleagues, and communities, inspiring them to become […]

POOL Exhibition

POOL weaves together history, site-specific artwork, storytelling, scholarship and place-based learning to illuminate a history of segregated swimming in America, and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities.

POOL Exhibition

POOL weaves together history, site-specific artwork, storytelling, scholarship and place-based learning to illuminate a history of segregated swimming in America, and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities.

July 2022

POOL Exhibition

POOL weaves together history, site-specific artwork, storytelling, scholarship and place-based learning to illuminate a history of segregated swimming in America, and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities.

POOL Exhibition

POOL weaves together history, site-specific artwork, storytelling, scholarship and place-based learning to illuminate a history of segregated swimming in America, and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities.

POOL Exhibition

POOL weaves together history, site-specific artwork, storytelling, scholarship and place-based learning to illuminate a history of segregated swimming in America, and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities.

POOL Exhibition

POOL weaves together history, site-specific artwork, storytelling, scholarship and place-based learning to illuminate a history of segregated swimming in America, and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities.

POOL Exhibition

POOL weaves together history, site-specific artwork, storytelling, scholarship and place-based learning to illuminate a history of segregated swimming in America, and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities.