If you're out and about near The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's campus this weekend, stroll by Polk Place to see our free outdoor art installation 1971 before it moves to Chapel Hill Public Library next week!
This incredible large-scale installation in the trees honors three local women who have dedicated their lives to expanding voting rights in NC. While you're there, be sure to check out cpa1971.oncell.com to hear oral histories and learn more about the women featured. #cpa1971
1971 is the inaugural outdoor art installation hosted by Carolina Performing Arts, which features large-scale projections paying homage to women who have blazed a trail in the work for voting rights in our state.
Coming in hot with the Friday read: Indy Week's Fall Arts Preview, highlighting Martha Graham's upcoming takeover of CURRENT, Rosas danst Rosas, new work featuring Wendy Whelan and Maya Beiser The Day, and Teac Damsa's Loch na hEala: http://ow.ly/TRBX50w7mC2