Building Knowledge and Breaking Barriers Exhibit Celebration
The Building Knowledge and Breaking Barriers exhibit spotlights research projects by seven Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) students, with topics including the Black church, LGBTQIA+ inclusion, representative public art in Philadelphia, abolition and revolution, and white Christian attitudes toward Asian communities.
Guests will hear insights from student exhibit designers and enjoy food and drink provided by PHS.
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is strongly encouraged. To view indoor installations, guests are required to follow the Presbyterian Historical Society’s COVID-19 protocols: https://history.pcusa.org/plan-your-visit
About Building Knowledge and Breaking Barriers:
--Building Knowledge and Breaking Barriers is an archives-based learning project that brings educators, students, and student-support networks from Community College of Philadelphia together with the material and staff resources of the Presbyterian Historical Society, a Philadelphia archive with over 500 years of history to explore. Grant support for the project has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Visit www.bkbbphilly.org to learn more.