Interactive exhibit created by VRtical Media
Featured in this interactive exhibit
590 Washington Street
Lynn, MA 01901
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In the heart of Lynn’s Arts & Cultural District, the Lynn Museum was founded in 1897 to collect, preserve and illuminate the city’s remarkable history. The museum has evolved into a vibrant cultural center, expanding its footprint to include the LynnArts building at 25 Exchange Street.
The Lynn Museum/LynnArts offers changing exhibitions and innovative youth and adult programs which engage and enrich Lynn’s diverse community. The Lynn Museum encourages active participation in exploring the city’s past while shaping a vision for its future.
We invite you to visit and discover Lynn’s past and present!
LYNN HIP HOP
The exhibit ran from September 18, 2022, through February 25, 2023
Hip Hop culture has deep roots in Lynn, Massachusetts. The stories from the local Hip Hop community are highlighted as part of this interactive exhibit commemorating its identity in Lynn. The exhibit includes interactive elements like a DIY recording studio for museum-goers to drop a beat or rhyme. Photos of artists and defining moments will be displayed along with artwork done by Lynn artists. The room will be themed to look like a bedroom recording studio resembling a DIY studio of a Hip Hop artist from Lynn.
Excerpts from an upcoming documentary produced by Grind House Recordings on the story of Lynn Hip Hop will play on a loop.
Exhibition organized by Grind House Recordings / Lynn Hip Hop Wall of Fame.
This exhibit is temporary, located in our second-floor galleries.