IM|MIGRATION is an interdisciplinary art installation presented by Harbor Voices and Punto Urban Art Museum (PUAM), a project of North Shore CDC. Harbor Voices, a public art collective, is lead by social practice artist Stephanie Benenson who collects stories and connects people. From May 11th to the 19th, as part of this collaborative experience, we will engage with immigration and migration storytelling through light, sound, photography, and performance in an exciting series of events at PUAM.
This project is in partnership with Harbor Voices, Flow Design, the Salem Public Art Commission and the City of Salem. This is funded by ECCF Creative County Initiative and Barr Foundation and supported by Peabody Essex Museum.
Photos and coverage by Creative Collective for ECCF.