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March 2020

Call Your Ancestor

March 13 @ 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Five Points Plaza, 334 W Main St
Durham, NC United States
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DDI's Public Space Project presents... Call Your Ancestor, a one-of-a-kind public art event featuring a telephone booth that allows participants to enter and "call" a dear departed ancestor who they wish they could speak to, but no longer can. Created by Michelle Gonzalez-Green, this event will also include a live mural painting. Call Your Ancestor is free and open to the public. This work is inspired by the Japanese wind phone by Itaru Sasaki, who created the “wind phone” on…

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Call Your Ancestor

March 14 @ 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Five Points Plaza, 334 W Main St
Durham, NC United States
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DDI's Public Space Project presents... Call Your Ancestor, a one-of-a-kind public art event featuring a telephone booth that allows participants to enter and "call" a dear departed ancestor who they wish they could speak to, but no longer can. Created by Michelle Gonzalez-Green, this event will also include a live mural painting. Call Your Ancestor is free and open to the public. This work is inspired by the Japanese wind phone by Itaru Sasaki, who created the “wind phone” on…

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Call Your Ancestor

March 15 @ 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Five Points Plaza, 334 W Main St
Durham, NC United States
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DDI's Public Space Project presents... Call Your Ancestor, a one-of-a-kind public art event featuring a telephone booth that allows participants to enter and "call" a dear departed ancestor who they wish they could speak to, but no longer can. Created by Michelle Gonzalez-Green, this event will also include a live mural painting. Call Your Ancestor is free and open to the public. This work is inspired by the Japanese wind phone by Itaru Sasaki, who created the “wind phone” on…

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