Jukebox, a community storysharing project

Jukebox is a storytelling project located at the Cambridge Foundry. It was created by socially-engaged multimedia artist Elisa H. Hamilton in partnership with The Loop Lab and Cambridge Arts. Combined with community-centered programming, it will:

  • Create a centerpoint within the Cambridge community for listening to and connecting with one another through the sharing of our stories
  • Build a platform that amplifies community voices, especially the voices of underrepresented community groups, including BIPOC individuals
  • Develop an authentic archive of stories that represents the diverse lived experiences, backgrounds and perspectives of Cambridge community members

James Spencer

James shares his story about growing up in the Inman Square neighborhood of Cambridge.

Joe Rose

Joe shares a story about his grandmother, Mary Poillucci, who was a lifelong resident of East Cambridge.

Yvonne Gittens

Yvonne shares a story about the kids cooking classes that she teaches at Cambridge Community Center.

Learn more here: https://www.foundryjukebox.org/

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