@ Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative
1456 E 70th St, Chicago, IL 60637
Opening Friday, March 31st, from 6PM - 7:30PM
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative
1456 E 70th St, Chicago, IL
Organized by VGA Gallery in Partnership with Rebuild Foundation
Join artist Philip Mallory Jones in conversation with Paula Robinson, President of the Black Metropolis National Heritage Commission about Bronzeville’s history, present and future in real and virtual contexts. The talk will take place during the closing night of DATELINE: Bronzeville. This exhibition features work from the forthcoming first person mystery video game, “DATELINE: Bronzeville” that brings 1940s Bronzeville to life at a time when vibrant black culture and business flourished during the great migration. It showcases playable game vignettes, fine art prints of scenes from DATELINE: Bronzeville, and corollary historical material.
Presented in partnership with VGA Gallery, the Rebuild Foundation and Black Metropolis National Heritage Commission and made possible by The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust.
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