LYNN — Beyond Walls — the creative place-making nonprofit dedicated to activating public spaces to strengthen communities — teamed up with public art collective Harbor Voices to create an immersive installation featuring the voices of 100 youths from Lynn.
This interactive exhibit and audio documentary installation, dubbed Truth Be Told, was funded by Mass Humanities and will be presented at 451 Broad St. from July 22-24.
The opening event on July 22 — which will run from 6 to 9 p.m. — is free and open to the public, and will feature a performance by hip-hop artist and Berklee College of Music professor Cliff Notez, along with food and cocktails. Notez leads Harbor Voice’s spoken-word workshops and is an award-winning artist, musician, and filmmaker.
For more information on Truth Be Told and the schedule of presentations, visit https://www.harborvoices.com/.