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Preserving BIPOC Historical Sites
October 28 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Museum Hue has been working on providing programming which stems from the research, findings and recommendations in the HueArts NYS Brown Paper report, which highlights the importance of physical space and built environment for POC-led arts stability. The core of this program stems from the need for the creation of more opportunities that allow place-based POC-led arts entities to continue supporting their communities. We are focusing on Preserving BIPOC Historical Sites for this panel as we are interested in amplifying the storied history of not only NYS, but specifically the capital region. The public is invited.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED TO 30. To Register, click https://www.museumhue.org/events/
Museum Hue members can attend for free. Non-members pay $10.
This is an in-person event only to be held at The Albany Institute of HIstory and Art in the Key Room on the second floor. An elevator is available for public use at the Albany Institute of History and Art.