Welcome to Miami MoCAAD's Interactive Media Mural and Oral History Project,Veo Veo, I See I See, Mwen Wè Mwen Wè
Discover Miami MoCAAD's interactive oral history mural experience, which merges art and technology to activate oral histories collected in QR codes accompanying the murals.
Miami MoCAAD launched its interactive public art experience, Veo Veo , I See I See, Mwen Wè Mwen Wè, to celebrate Juneteenth 2022 and unveil OVERtown: Our Family Tree, a mural commissioned by Miami MoCAAD and created by Anthony “Mojo” Reed II.
Innovative and vibrant, Miami MoCAAD's interactive oral history murals stand as new monuments to resiliency, beauty, and legacies of Black Miami.
Location: OVERtown: Our Family Tree
The Lawson E. Thomas Historic Law Office Building
1021 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL
To learn more about Miami MoCAAD, please visit www.miamimocaad.org
Be a part of an Immersive experience.
MEET AT THE WALLS FOR MURALS AND ORAL HISTORY QR CODES
PLAN YOUR TRIP TO THE WALL
Discover fantastic murals in Historic Overtown and get a sense of the neighborhood's flavor. Grab a bite to eat at Lil Greenhouse Grill, a meal at Red Rooster, explore the collections of Black Miami history at the Black Archives and check out an artist talk at the Ward Rooming House, powered by Hampton Art Lovers.
Our VisionTo Inspire Excitement About Art
This project was created by the Miami MoCAAD team to fill the need of a tech-forward institution that carries forward the narrative of Black culture and creativity with optimism and pride, that embraces the breadth of the Global African Diaspora in all of its complexity while creating an exciting experience, and that is committed to an approachable, flexible and modern definition of culture.