MoDH installs new exhibit at Trust Building Gallery

The Trust Building (once reported to be the tallest office building in North Carolina) has become home to the new Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Visitor Info Center. It has also become home to the Museum of Durham History’s newest “Museum Without Walls” exhibit! See both at the open house on March 22, 4-6PM.

 The MoDH has curated the opening exhibition in the gallery, which consists of two sections: Anonymous Ancestors and Bull City Soundscape.  Who walked Main Street and Parrish Street before you? Anonymous Ancestors encourages visitors to ponder this question as they view historic photographs from the early 1900s. The Bull City Soundscape is a multi-sensory exhibit that guides visitors through different eras in Durham’s past.

The Trust Building Gallery is located on the first floor of the Trust Building, 212 W. Main Street. It is funded by Durham natives Michael Lemanski, Carl P. Webb, Sr., and Dewayne Washington. The installation will be available to experience Monday-Friday 9am-6pm and Saturday 10am-6pm.

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