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Juneteenth at The Gantt

All ages
  • About This Program

    Enjoy free admission to our exhibitions, Museum Store, and the following schedule, in honor of the Juneteenth holiday.


    12 noon - 6 pm
    Juneteenth: Community Archiving

    Join our workshop on preserving historical artifacts using 3D scanners and digital collaging techniques. Capture detailed representations of physical objects and digitize old photos, negatives, fabrics, and more.

    12 noon - 1 pm
    JUNETEENTH: We The People

    A screening of a collective and diverse celebration of the Juneteenth holiday, featuring The Gantt, and several other Black cultural institutions across the country. This hour-long experience will inform and inspire viewers to ground deeper into understanding the holiday.

    12 noon - 2 pm
    Juneteenth Windsocks: Drop-In Art

    Create a memento for the holiday with this hands-on art activity. After creating the windsocks, hang them inside or outside of your home.

    2 pm - 4 pm
    Redefining Freedom: Juneteenth Community Conversation

    This conversation will prioritize the voices of the community and review the historical context of Juneteenth - participants will reflect on the importance of learning from the past and collectively define a vision of future freedom.

    3 pm - 5 pm
    Freedom Prints

    Bring a t-shirt, tote bag, or scarf to screenprint special Juneteenth designs with MacFly Fresh Printing Co. Guests will learn about the screen printing process and walk away with a print to take home.

    4:30 pm - 6 pm
    Juneteenth: Lift Every Voice

    Close out the day with another Juneteenth-inspired screening of the collective celebration of the holiday, across several Black cultural institutions.

    Please note: Registration and attendance include access to all of the day's experiences on a first-come, first-served basis until capacity is reached.

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