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The Crealde School of Art and the Hannibal Square Heritage Center present "An Elegy to Rosewood," a touring exhibition organized and curated by the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University. This ground-breaking exhibition explores the family story of Lizzie Robinson Jenkins and the way in which it became intertwined with the struggle for public recognition of the region's legacy of racism. Personal artifacts are shown alongside
Organized and curated by Curator Amy Galpin and Yady Rivero, Assistant Curator, Frost Art Museum in Miami, with Florida International University (FIU) Professor M. Alexandra Cornelius, the Creale School of Art and the Hannibal Square Heritage Center Presents "An Elegy to Rosewood," an exhibition in commemoration of the 100-year anniversary of the Rosewood Massacre. Comprised of photographs and heirlooms from the Jenkins family, this groundbreaking exhibition explores the Jenkins family story
The Crealde School of Art and Hannibal Square Heritage Center hosts the eighth annual "Juneteenth Celebration: Knowing, Remembering, and Shifting the Narrative" at the Winter Park Community Center. The event celebrates the ending of slavery on June 19, 1865, and connects to the concurrent bilingual exhibition "An Elegy to Rosewood" on view at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The Juneteenth Celebration addresses systemic racism, the impact of lost local black