Our Art, Our Culture Film Screening and Panel Sunday April 24th

Free with RSVP (Required)

Our Art, Our Culture is a free film documentary screening and panel discussion at the Morris Musuem that investigates the stories of local black artists.

Exploring these intergenerational histories, Fairleigh Dickinson University Loeb Fellow, Ronni Garrett, documents the unique perspectives of each artist as well as capturing the similarities of their experiences.

The panel will be moderated by Lauren LeBeaux Craig and feature Rosalind Nzinga Nichol and Philip Smallwood.

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MORRIS MUSEUM AND ART IN THE ATRIUM  

Presents

For the Culture, By the Culture: 30 Years of Black Art, Activism, and Achievement
May 25 – September 25, 2022 

Including 

41 works by 19 artists. The selected artists are Alonzo Adams, Benny Andrews, Bisa Butler, Leroy Campbell, Elizabeth Catlett, Viki LeBeaux Clark Craig, James Denmark, David Driskell, Jerry Gant, Richard Haynes, Norman Lewis, Russell A. Murray, Rosalind Nzinga Nichol, Janet Taylor Pickett, Faith Ringgold, Joe Sam, Cedric Smith, William Tolliver, and Deborah Willis.  

OPENING RECEPTION MAY 19, 2022

#30YearsofATA #FortheCulture



 




Artwork above 

(c) 2021 by Rosalind Nzinga Vaughn-Nichol: 

First Lady Uniform, 2021, Mixed media painting and collage on canvas, 46" H x 30" W.





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