Columbus: The Urban League And Google Pop-Up Lab

Google is taking part in the National Urban League Conference, taking place Wed, August 1 through Saturday, August 4th, 2018, in Columbus, OH.

At the conference, Google Arts & Culture is implementing on site a Pop-Up Lab enabling people to discover and experiment technologies and how Google uses them to promote access to culture.

Google Arts & Culture is welcoming the National Urban League as a new partner with a series of exhibits tracing the history of the league and its leaders. The Pop Up Lab will feature the Black History & Culture project, which will include these new online exhibitions from the National Urban League, as well as an online collection of artwork, artifacts, and stories from over 65 cultural institutions across the US.

Google Arts & Culture Pop-Up Lab Opening

FREE & Open to the Public, Thursday, August 2, 2018, 11:30AM

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For more on Google’s Black History & Culture project click here and for information on Google’s partnership with the National Urban League click

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N.U.L. Experience & Expo Hall, Greater Columbus Convention Center – Hall B 400 N. High St, Columbus, OH 43215

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