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Visibly Speaking: NC's Inclusive Public Art Project

 New episodes air Thursdays at 7:30 PM on PBS NC and the PBS Video App

PBS North Carolina, in partnership with the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, presents Visibly Speaking: NC's Inclusive Public Art Project, a new series that follows the creation of inclusive public art projects that honor the often overlooked stories of Black, Indigenous and Latinx communities throughout the state. 

Visibly Speaking: NC's Inclusive Public Art Project premieres on Thursday, May 5 at 7:30 PM on PBS NC, with ten digital shorts streaming online, on the PBS Video app and on YouTube

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Virtual Discussion

Watch a recording from PBS North Carolina's special evening with local artists and leaders who bring art and history to life around the state. 

PBS NC's Director of Original Productions, Heather Burgiss, leads a conversation with local artists, Cornelio Campos and Owens Daniels, as well as local leaders, Mo Green and Kim Pevia, to discuss the impact the art is having on their communities.

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