Join us for a formal reception of the West Bottoms Reborn public exhibition, featuring work by the KCDC urban design studio and West Bottoms Reborn Design Team Artists Miranda Clark, Carmen Moreno, and Jim Woodfill. In addition to the exhibition, project sites will feature temporary public space activation.
Light refreshments will be served.
Following the reception, there will be a special public performance at sunset (curated by West Bottoms Reborn design team artist Carmen Moreno) titled, Waters Coming: A Ceremony and Ritual in Honor of Our Waters
Waters Coming will feature music and lyric from the Audio Archives; walking tours and sound site destination series - developed and curated by Carmen Moreno. The performance begins at sunset and will end when the sounds dissipate. Attendees will hear from the voices of Jose Faus, Carmen Moreno, Amado Espinoza, Erika Noguera, The St. Mary's Choir of Egypt, and the Allen Chapel AME Choir.
The entrance to the exhibition space is in the alley between W 9th St and St. Louis Ave, behind the Hobbs Building.
Entering 1501 W. 9th St. into Google Maps will take you to the entrance of the alley, please follow this map to find the exhibition space entrance.