Flux Projects Presents "Remembrance as Resistance: Preserving Black Narratives" in its FINAL WEEK


Flux Projects presents Charmaine Minniefield’s Remembrance as Resistance: Preserving Black Narratives MEET THE COLLABORATORS Come to the Praise House THIS Wednesday, July 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. to connect with Charmaine and her collaborators, the critically acclaimed duo Malesha Jessie Taylor and Salah Ananse, collectively known as We Are Djeli. They created the original soundtrack that expands on the Black Church traditional song forms of Metered/Lined Hymns and the Ring Shout. Honoring over 800 recently discovered unmarked graves in the African American Burial Grounds of Atlanta’s historic Oakland Cemetery, Remembrance as Resistance is a site-specific, physical installation with video and music.

Open through THIS Sunday, July 11 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Walk-ups welcome! Free parking is available in the lot outside Oakland Cemetery's main gate at 248 Oakland Avenue along MLK, Jr. Drive.

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Visit the Praise House & Experience a Ring Shout


See the Praise House, a site-specific installation of a small wooden structure used for worship, while experiencing a Ring Shout, a traditional African American worship and gathering practice with origins in West African Ritual. The project features a multimedia installation with video projections on the interior of the building and a sound installation emanating from the structure over the newly restored African American Burial Grounds.


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