Placemaking with Humanities is an OH- sponsored project that explores community's values, identities, ideas, self-identified assets, and connection to spaces by analyzing relationships between stories, histories, and the neighborhood. The project is a three- part lecture series, workshops, and an exhibit.
Saturday, March 2, 2019: 10:30 AM
History Lecture with Anita Arnold & Dr. George Henderson
The Auditorium at The Douglass
600 N. High Ave.
This lecture is the first program of a series of events that will culminate in an online Community Experience Guide. The lecture will include the history of the Page-Woodson community, the importance of several community figures and how African Americans used the physical space of their neighborhood. Ms. Arnold and Dr. Henderson will cover information about the African American experience in the built environment and more specifically NE Oklahoma City's large African American population.
Schedule of Event Series
Saturday, March 2nd: 10:30 AM - History Lecture
Saturday, March 9th: 10:30 AM - History and Storytelling Panel Discussion
Saturday, March 16th: 10:30 AM - Oral History Booth
Thursday, March 21st: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Digital Storytelling Workshop (Day 1)
Friday, March 22nd: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Digital Storytelling Workshop (Day 2)
Saturday, March 23rd: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Digital Storytelling Workshop (Day 3)
Saturday, March 30th: 10:30 AM - Placemaking Lecture