**National Council on Public History's 2016 Outstanding Project Award!**
We are celebrating and raising money for our next projects! Want to contribute with performance or refreshments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We need your continued support, Philly!
The Philadelphia Public History Truck is a mobile museum project which partners with Philly neighborhood grassroots organizations to explore local history. We use oral history, objects, archival research, social practice art, and conceptual art in collaboration with the people who live, work, and play in Philly's places and spaces to create exhibitions that are presented in neighborhood spaces and then traveled on the truck.
Where are working now?
NORTH PHILLY (9th & Dauphin - 15th & Susquehanna)
Catch Erin with collagist Theodore A. Harris at Tree House books during July as they lead public history-collage workshops with campers age 6-15! The campers will write and conduct oral histories and then interpret their findings through collage.