Cross the street.
Meet your neighbors.
Watch their stories unfold up and down Georgia Avenue.
Mr. Valentine is a long-time DC resident and a member of the Bernice Fonteneau Senior Wellness Center. Hear what he has to say about the changes he has seen in the neighborhood and how we can work together to make sure it grows in the right ways.
Curry Hackett is a Howard University architecture alum and founder of Hackreative, a design studio located in a beautiful space near his alma mater. Hear about Curry's journey that led him right back to where he started— the Lower Georgia Avenue neighborhood.
Cecilia Briceño Garmendia
Cecilia moved to the neighborhood after spending several years living on the 14th Street Corridor. Hear about the warm welcome she received when she moved in and her thoughts on the sustainable development of Georgia Avenue.
Sana isn't from the District, but since she moved to Georgia Avenue in 2008 it's starting to feel like home. Listen to her talk about how to be a "good gentrifier."
Harry G. Robinson III
Mr. Robinson has made a name for himself in the architecture world and serves as Dean Emeritus of the School of Architecture and Design at Howard University. Once upon a time though, he was a kid living on Georgia Avenue playing in his grandmother's backyard. Hear his vivid tales of life on Georgia Avenue in the mid 20th century.
Silas Woods III & Maya Moore
Although they cycle in and out every four years, Howard University students are an integral part of the Georgia Avenue landscape. Students like Silas Woods III and Maya Moore represent the future of the corridor. Hear what they have to say about the neighborhood and their alma mater.
What we're doing
SEE / CHANGE is a video art project that puts a human face on how population change and revitalization are affecting the Park View and Pleasant Plains neighborhoods of lower Georgia Avenue in Washington, DC.
How we're doing it
Video portraits of community members will be projected in storefronts and on street corners along Lower Georgia Avenue NW during FotoWeekDC from November 12 through November 20, 2016.
Mobile projections will take place on a different wall every night from 5 to 8 PM. Follow @pinklineproject on Twitter to find us each night.
SEVEN:THIRTY | Lily Strelich | Nov 21, 2016
City Lab | Jessica Leigh Hester | November 17, 2016