Reimagining Harriet Tubman Grove| What is Next?
In 2017, the Lee-Jackson Monument was removed from the west side of Wyman Park Dell. In 2018, the wooded area surrounding the former monument site was dedicated as Harriet Tubman Grove. Change is coming to Harriet Tubman Grove and the Friends of Wyman Park Dell want your feedback to help determine the future of this part of the park. In anticipation of that change, we want to hear your perspective on what should happen here. Please fill out the form below so that your perspective can be included in the public survey.
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What is your age range?
How do you identify your race?
How do you identify your gender?
What is your zip-code?
What neighborhood do you live in?
How often do you go by Harriet Tubman Grove?
What do you currently do at Harriet Tubman Grove?
What do you want to see at the monument site and Harriet Tubman Grove and how do you want to use these spaces in the future?
What do you imagine this space could be in 5-10 years?
What do you imagine this space could be in 100 years?
How do you want people to feel in this space?
How should the platform be used in the future? (Check all that apply)
Flexible use/ performance
What themes should be explored in future artwork and activities at the site?
If you believe that physical artwork is appropriate, on a scale of 1 (realistic) - 10 (abstract), are you interested in artwork that: Is Realistic(of a person or object) or Abstract (art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures.)?
If you believe that there should be a figurative artwork here, who would you want it to recognize?
Any other comments?
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