Many Voices, One Story - a large scale public sculpture and community engagement initiative, North Miami Opa-locka, Florida 2013 - 2016. In the role as Curator and Community Engagement Coordinator In January 2012 Fayanne partnered with artist Gale Fulton Ross and co-authored a $473K grant proposal to develop a public sculpture for Miami's Magnolia North community in Opa-locka, Florida. Many Voices, One Story was awarded the grant which was funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. The project involved the creation of a large scale sculpture, designed by Fulton Ross and a community engagement initiative led by Fayanne Hayes. The sculpture slated for completion in 2015 will stand at a height of 30 ft. situated within a park setting. The sculpture contains a large time capsule filled with the ‘many voices’ of the citizens of Opa-locka - their stories, reflections, memories, and mementos. A beacon light will run continually at the top of the sculpture reminding the community of its hopes and dreams for the future. This project is sponsored by the Opa-locka Community Development Corporation in collaboration with Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places and Opa-locka stakeholders. Image: Many Voices, One Story proposed sculpture by Gale Fulton Ross