Join us for the first outdoor installation of Question Bridge : Black Males in the neighborhood that helped inspired it
For one night only, NOW Hunters Point brings Question Bridge: Black Males, a critically acclaimed transmedia artwork, to one of San Francisco’s last black neighborhoods. Part of Question Bridge: Bayview Hunters Point, a day-long event, this free public exhibition culminates a season-long engagement with NOW Hunters Point visitors exploring identity, race and place.
Experience an immersive installation of Question Bridge: Black Males on five large-format LED screens
Explore the perspectives on Bayview Hunters Point from neighborhood residents and the larger Bay Area community, collected over a season of events at NOW Hunters Point
Enjoy poetry readings and music performances
Meet artists, activists, and thinkers who are challenging norms of where and for whom art is presented
Grab a refreshment
This free Public Exhibition follows Question Bridge: Bayview Hunters Point, an afternoon symposium with artists, activists, and thought leaders from the Bay Area and beyond. Learn more and get your ticket to the symposium here.
The Original Project
Question Bridge: Black Males is a groundbreaking transmedia art project launched in 2012. Weaving together the voices of black men of all ages and backgrounds into a powerful dialogue, this work illuminates a diversity of thought, character, and identity rarely portrayed in American media. Directed by artists Chris Johnson and Hank Willis Thomas, Question Bridge creates a platform for representing and redefining black male identity in the U.S. The internationally acclaimed work is part of the permanent collections of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and the Oakland Museum of California.