Anti-Hate Projection: Annapolis

1 Nov 18: The Annapolis team projected messages of solidarity and anti-hate on Annapolis City Hall in coordination with organizers of a vigil for the victims of the synagogue shooting.

Over 100 people attended to hear people speak and name white nationalism as the enemy we need to unify against. Many passersby also saw messages since vigil was held on arterial road and one lane had to be closed down.


If you notice this projection looks different from most, that is the use of accent "up" lights from Atmosphere.  They are the reason the building looks so cool in the photos. More experimenting with this to come!

Check out the vigil organizers, March On Maryland.

See the event page on Facebook.

The event got media coverage in the Capital Gazette, the Baltimore Sun, and WBAL11!

Projections read "Stop The Hate" and "We Are All In This Together".

Photo credit to DC Solidarity Brigades.