The Speed Art Museum

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A new exhibit at Louisville’s Speed Art Museum aims to memorialize the late Breonna Taylor while also celebrating her life through the eyes of the people who knew her best.

Guest curator Allison Glenn had conversations with Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, ahead of putting together the temporary installation, BET reports. Through a team effort that included Taylor’s family members, local activists, artists, and more, Glenn developed the exhibit to commemorate Taylor’s memory and the city she came from.

“First, I spoke with Breonna’s mother, and asked how we might think of her daughter’s legacy, and translated that into the three ideas: promise, witness, remembrance. Then I convened a national panel,” Glenn told the NY Times.

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