Upcoming Events

Event. Film: This Water Cuts its Own Course
Nov. 6. 9:00PM
A film by Diane Fellows; Storytellers: Gail Della-Piana; Kendra Soler. 18 min

This is a story of three teeth. Teeth excised from former slaves or slaves owned by George Washington became part of his set of teeth. Each tooth’s contemporary descendant tells a story of displacement and reclamation in the American societal landscape.
Link to Fringe Festival: https://www.miamioh.edu/cca/academics/departments/theatre/production-season/digital-fringe/

Link to Film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxCNw6Zftyo&feature=youtu.be                                       

Event 1. “Under Construction”
Alumni Hall Rotunda
Miami University
Oxford, OH 45056

The first project “Under Construction” launches on August 17, 2020 to coincide with the first day of classes on the Miami University campus.  This installation suggests that Washington’s legacy and his presence in the public realm warrants further investigation, interrogation, and the mining of our collective history.

Solicitation of feedback occurs through this website and also in Alumni Hall where the Hubard statue is located. The collected community feedback will be installed on the statue throughout the semester as part of the installation, and updates will be posted here.