OHMA EXHIBITS: a collection of interactive oral history encounters

Inside Out + Outside In: 2022 Interactive Oral History Exhibit

Our students created this year’s exhibit in a moment of cautious venturing out. In New York City, spring is coming, and withdrawing, and coming back. We are now allowed to take our masks off in class, but many are keeping them on. We noticed that, in this moment, our work engages with the dynamics of inside and outside. 

How much of our internal realities can we, or should we, share externally through oral history processes? How can oral history help us to understand and to cross boundaries - political, social, material, linguistic? 

In this year’s exhibit you can hear about

And think about

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