Welcome to Miami MoCAAD's Interactive Media Mural and Oral History Project,Veo Veo, I See I See, Mwen wè Mwen wè
Welcome to Miami MoCAAD's Interactive Media Mural and Oral History Project,Veo Veo, I See I See, Mwen wè Mwen wè site. The Miami Museum of Contemporary Art of the African Diaspora, or Miami MoCAAD, aims to be a preeminent contemporary virtual and in-person fine art museum for Greater Miami dedicated to the art and artists of the Global African Diaspora.
The goal of Veo Veo, I See I See, Mwen wè Mwen wè is to create a campaign that engages the Overtown community and greater Miami-Dade-County by showcasing the work of mural artists and oral history excerpts, while using technology to create fun, immersive educational experiences. This mural wall project will illuminate Overtown's history and community through the lens of the artists, culminating in a celebration in November.
Visit the Mural at The Lawson E. Thomas Law Office Building, 1021 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL
See the Interactive Mural Project
This project was created by the Miami MoCAAD team to fill the need of a future-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 a cohesive experience, and that is committed to an approachable, flexible and modern definition of culture.