A community input tour to help select between two concepts to honor the Tubman-Chavez Community Center is planned from January 14 through February 4. During tour stops, community members are invited to share their thoughts on a planned new display that will spotlight the rich history of Tubman-Chavez.
“Tubman Chavez Stories: A Community
Cultural Display,” will honor the legacy and tell the stories of the
community center which opened in 1995 and served the Southeastern San
Diego community as a unifying gathering place. The selected exhibit
will be housed inside the main lobby corridor of the County of San
Diego’s new Southeastern Live Well Center.
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To provide your input, visit: bit.ly/selwc-cultural-display-survey.
The Tubman Chavez Community Cultural Display embraces the diverse history of this space, which represents the heart, spirit, and legacy that continues today.
Design Concept A- Photo Album Scrapbooks
Design Concept B - Chollas Creek Photo Montage
What is the display? The display will use archival photographs, audio and video recordings, artifacts, anddocuments to honor and tell the story of the Tubman Chavez Community Center.
How were the concepts created? A group of local community members, the Tubman Chavez CommunityCultural Display Concept Design Committee, have convened over the past 4 months to develop a visionand design for the "Tubman Chavez Stories; A Community Cultural Display" for the Southeastern LiveWell Center project.
What design elements will be used in the concepts?
Where will the display be Located? The display will be a twenty-foot wall located in the first-floor mainlobby of the Southeastern Live Well Center.
How will my input be used? The community Tubman Chavez Community Cultural Display Committee willreview and apply your input to select the final design.