For an architectural studio, my class created a traveling exhibition educating people on the life and importance of the noted Black historian: Carter G. Woodson. This exhibition "Blue//Black" invited visitors to explore different narratives and experiences of Woodson’s life. By doing so, "Blue//Black" acted as a platform to bring to light the racial politics and inferiority complexes inset in our society today.
My class ran the exhibit at the University of Virginia Architecture School, inviting guests from Buckingham County to join us. My personal exhibit is now on permanent display at the UVA Equity Center main office.