EXHIBITS

Exhibit Remembering September 11 twenty years later

Remembering September 11 twenty years later

What began as a single photo hung in the window of a SoHo storefront directly following the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center became perhaps the most important crowdsourcing photo exhibition of our time. here is new york is a collection of 500 photographs that serves as a unique record of the events of 9/11, authored collectively by the people of New York. The images are presented without titles or commentary. The result is both a vivid reminder of the horror of that day, and a celebration of the strong determination of New Yorkers and Americans in general.

The exhibition is free and open to the public. Special thanks to Louisville native and here is new york co-founder Charles Traub, who gifted a set of this collection of photographs to the Library.

Panelists photos of Melissa Swan, Peter Longton, Elizabeth Kramer and Charles Traub

United We Stood: Memories of 9/11 panel discussion: Moderator Melissa Swan and panelists recall their first-hand experiences during and following the attacks. Listen now | Watch the Video


Shively Area Gallery of Art

Select Works from the Shively Library’s Adult Drawing Studio Program


 

 

 


Last Updated: 9/11/21