The Latinos influx into the South is well-documented, but the positive impact on our culture hasn’t been thoroughly examined until now. On Sunday the Levine Museum of the New South will open Nuevolution Latinos and the New South. The interactive exhibit is a 3,500 sq. ft. bilingual, interactive exhibit featuring art and online media. The museum has scheduled a variety of programming and discussions around the exhibit which runs through Oct. 30. with robust programming, civic dialogue, collaborative art and online media that explore the surprising ways Latinos are shaping the South and the South is shaping Latinos.
Nuevolution is a collaboration between the Levine, Atlanta History Center and Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. The exhibit includes an introduction area which establishes the history of Latinos in the South before 1990. My Encuentros features videos and interactive. The third section is Our Encuentros which features embedded videos, images and artifacts about Latino identity. The final section is Future Encuentros which poses interactive questions, screens and activities to envision the future.
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