Warm Water: New Works by Charles Edward Williams
Warm Water is a collection of re-narrated visual works based on the event that sparked the Chicago Race Riot of 1919. These works unfold the story involving five black teens, and what reportedly caused the death of Eugene Williams in Lake Michigan on the South Side of Chicago. The events of July 27, 1919, led to a string of violent race riots across the United States. On view through April 28.
Cost: Institute admission: $5; members & under age 6, free
2 West Fulton
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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