Vernacular Art from the Gadsden Arts Center
& Museum Permanent Collection
The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum is pleased to introduce Vernacular Art from the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum Permanent Collection, an exhibition of 37 works of 20 Vernacular artists from the Southeastern United States. This exhibition was organized from a gift to the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum’s Permanent Collection received from the distinguished collection of Calynne and Lou Hill of Tallahassee, Florida.
More information: https://gadsdenarts.org/collection/Traveling-Exhibitions
This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement
Depicting the Southern Freedom Movement through the visions and voices of eight men and one woman who lived and worked in the South between 1963-1967, visitors experience a stirring look at the turmoil and triumphs of a pivotal moment in American history while asking whether “Justice for All” has been achieved today. The exhibition includes 4,000 sq. ft. of videos, immersive, three- dimensional elements and a selection of 157 powerful black-and-white photographs.
More information: http://www.maltzmuseum.org/past_exhibitions/this-light-of-ours-activist-photographers-from-the-civil-rights-era/
©1966 Maria Varela, Courtesy CDEA