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monday september 10 2018

 Lacy Johnson, the Houston writer who is the inspiration for the Houston Flood Museum

Lacy Johnson, the Houston writer who is the inspiration for the Houston Flood Museum

 

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Crowd-sourced online project, Houston Flood Museum launched to document Hurricane Harvey. One year after Harvey, the online experience is accepting uploaded text, video, audio, and photographs to capture what people experienced during the storm. Inspired by a wave of Facebook posts during the flood by Houston writer Lacy Johnson, the work is funded by the Houston Endowment lead by arts & culture program officer Bao-Lung Chu. It will include a wide range of mainstream media including podcasts, drone footage, photos of art installations and audio of poems inspired by the storm, and news reporting clips. Nonprofit Quarterly

 

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