The terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 changed the world and society in which we all live. The Ground Zero 360 Remembrance Exhibition features artwork from world-renowned artists, photographs by Nicola McClean, and personal artifacts of police officers and firefighters who lost their lives to convey the devastating toll of terrorism that words fail to adequately express.
The Ground Zero 360 Remembrance exhibition provides the opportunity for the generation born since 2001 to learn and understand what happened during those fateful days. Most importantly, it will provide the opportunity for people in the city of Houston to remember the innocent people who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.
The Remembrance Art Exhibit will open to the public at Houston Baptist University (HBU) on September 10 and run through January 2023. On the morning of Sept. 11, 2022, HBU will host a worship service at Belin Chapel in remembrance of the victims of September 11th, followed by a memorial ceremony to honor the families of first responders who perished at the World Trade Center, Houston area emergency personnel, and Houston-area emergency personnel, and Houston-area military service members who assisted with the rescue and recovery efforts on the day of the attacks.