The Guantanamo Bay Museum of Art and History, located at the former site of the Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba, is an institution dedicated to remembering the U.S. prison that was active there between 2002 and 2012, and the human rights abuses that occurred on the site, before it was permanently decommissioned and closed. The museum is also dedicated to providing a framework for combating contemporary human rights abuses that persist in the present. It actively seeks to draw together a dynamic and mobile collectivity of artists, theorists, and other members of the public to create conditions for reflection and imagination. It features a variety of facilities, including the Tipton-Three Exhibition Space and the Jumah al-Dossari Center for Critical Studies, as well as an extensive array of public programming.
Sat December 2nd Open 11 AM–5 PM