Learn and engage with visual storyteller, educator, and artist Lee Jimenez’s ongoing archival project ¿Y Tu Abuela Dónde Está?: An Audiovisual Narrative Series Exploring Boricua Identity, Migration, and Resistance at ICP on June 10 during new extended hours.
From 11 AM–3 PM, visitors are invited to stop by the ICP Library to learn about, participate, and contribute to the archive in a group listening and recording session facilitated by Lee Jimenez.
11 AM–12:30 PM
Visitors are invited to stop by the ICP Library to engage with the project’s online archival material and resources, as well as watch short screenings from the project.
Participate and contribute to the archive in a group listening and recording session facilitated by Lee Jimenez.
About the Project
"¿Y Tu Abuela, Dónde Está?" is an audiovisual project about Boricua identity, migration, and resistance consisting of recorded listening sessions with folks across the diaspora. These listening sessions, along with portraits of narrators, and educational resources, will be made accessible online as an ever growing digital archive on Puerto Rican history.
A ticket to this project does not include access to ICP’s galleries. Reserve your ticket to visit the ICP galleries and see the new exhibition, Love Songs: Photography and Intimacy, before or after exploring the project.