Thru April 16
This multidisciplinary exhibition centers the legacy of racism from the time of slavery through the era of lynching to contemporary experiences of brutality. Told through the written words of Bobbie O’Connor; the music of the Ritz Chamber Players; and visual art by Erin Kendrick, Marsha Hatcher, and Deja Echols, the show speaks to what has been lost through the stories those left behind. These contemporary works will complement a display of “The Legacy of Lynching: Confronting Racial Terror in America,” a project of 904Ward, the Equal Justice Initiative, and the Museum of Science & History.
Yellow House, 577 King St., (904) 419-9180.