Circle of Concrete 9/11 Memorial Sculptures

911UP sculptures, crafted from World Trade Center concrete, serving as heartfelt 9/11 memorials.

Circle of Concrete 9/11 Memorial Sculptures

As the 20th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, approaches, our collective memory turns to the heroes and the indomitable spirit displayed during that dark day in American history. One remarkable project, Project 911up, led by the talented artist Sandra Priest, is offering a unique opportunity for towns and communities across the nation to create their own 9/11 memorials.

In a powerful video titled “Project 911up Circle of Concrete Memorial Sculptures 9/08/2021,” Sandra Priest takes us on a journey to the heart of Ground Zero in New York City. There, she reveals a series of 12 remaining cut-out sections from the concrete slurry wall of the World Trade Center. These sections, salvaged from the wreckage, hold a profound connection to the events of that fateful day.

Each of these concrete pieces is a poignant symbol of resilience and remembrance. With the utmost care and reverence, Sandra Priest offers these sections to be sculpted into 9/11 memorials for towns and communities across the nation.

#Project911up has become a rallying cry for communities seeking to create lasting monuments that pay tribute to the heroes and victims of 9/11. These sculptures offer an opportunity to honor the memory of those who lost their lives and to ensure that the spirit of unity and strength that emerged from that day is never forgotten.

Using the salvaged concrete slurry wall sections, communities can create unique memorials that reflect their own stories and experiences related to 9/11. These sculptures will stand as testaments to the resilience and solidarity of our nation, serving as places of reflection, healing, and education for generations to come.

The hashtags #9/11memorials, #911, #9/11monuments, and #nineeleven underscore the importance of preserving the memory of that tragic day. By participating in Project 911up, towns and communities can contribute to a nationwide circle of remembrance, ensuring that the legacy of 9/11 lives on.

As we approach the 20th anniversary of September 11th, let us remember the heroes, the victims, and the enduring spirit of our nation. Project 911up, led by Sandra Priest, offers an extraordinary opportunity for communities to come together and create meaningful memorials that honor the past and inspire the future. Let us never forget.

Visit Project 911up’s website to learn more about how your town can be a part of this remarkable endeavor, and join the movement to keep the memory of 9/11 alive through art, remembrance, and unity.

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