photographic memory - back in 2019!

From the very beginning of our organization, we have set out to be much more than just a performance venue or podcast. Soul Sanctuary's mission is to uplift positive aspects of urban culture, to maintain a connection between generations of the exemplars among us who have elevated our culture to its pinnacle, and to encourage everyone to get in on the action--to share their gifts and talents with the world and keep the ball rolling.

Our friends at the African American Museum in Philadelphia have added a slightly-smaller edition of PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY to their curatorial offerings for Winter/Spring 2019, opening in conjunction with their MLK Weekend Celebration on Fri Jan 18. More details can be found in the flyer below:

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On Thursday, February 21 from 12:30 to 1:30 pm, join Your VibeMistress Stephanie Renée for a special guided tour of the installation and have your questions about the images or her curatorial vision answered directly. Make it a special midday Black History Month moment for you and your loved ones.

For those of you who missed the initial installation presented at The Slought Foundation, you can view the video below for a brief recap and images from the opening reception.

A quick look back at Soul Sanctuary's premiere for the PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY exhibit, highlighting the work of Maurice Sorrell, the first black White House photographer and long-time photographer for Johnson Publications. Now seeking bookings for Black History Month 2019 and beyond. Visit with requests.

We look forward to connecting with educational and cultural organizations to bring PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY, in whole or in part, on the road in the immediate future. Use links provided on the Contact Us page to submit your inquiries.

In the meantime, please scan below for more of the multimedia content created during the installation’s premiere run.