The Patch Works Humanities Lecture Series: Lessons of Cabbagetown, Past and Present

On Sunday, November 18th, join us as Rebecca Page, Ashley Cheyemi McNeil, and Brennan Collins from GSU’s Student Innovation Fellowship program speak about their mapping collaboration with The Patch Works on They have brought together historical maps of Cabbagetown and stacked them with present-day interviews of long-time residents to uncover the original water sources that sustained the livelihood of the community.

There is no cost to attend.

Re-Surfacing Cabbagetown: Mapping the Emergence of Waterways and Stories

Rebecca Page, Ashley Cheyemi McNeil, and Brennan Collins

Ronnie Edwards, Marshall Edwards, Sarah Knight, Margaret Long, and Leon Little.

Sunday, November 18th, 2018; 3:30PM-5:30PM

The Patch Works Art & History Center
593 Gaskill Street SE
Atlanta, GA 30316

For more information on Georgia Humanities-sponsored programs, please visit their events calendar.

This project is supported by Georgia Humanities, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, through funding from the Georgia General Assembly.

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