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    Cuba, Portrait of a Revolution

    This exhibition features ninety-five limited edition fine art prints that were created in 2003 by the late Cuban artist Antonio Canet Hernandez (1942–2008) to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fidel Castro-led attack on the Moncada military barracks, considered by many to be the symbolic opening salvo to the Cuban Revolution.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
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    Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster, 1844–2012

    Featuring fifty posters, this exhibition profiles the evolution of posters from presidential races from Polk to Obama, and brings eye-popping political graphics to the to the forefront and to show the great American political poster as art.
    • History & Culture
    • Low
    • 5 Weeks
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    Our People, Our Land, Our Images

    This photographic exhibition features the work of indigenous artists from North America, Peru, Iraq, and New Zealand. The exhibition is distinctive in its historical reach, including newly discovered 19th-century trailblazers, members of the next generation of emerging photographers, and well established contemporary practitioners.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
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    Imprinting the West: Manifest Destiny, Real and Imagined

    Westward expansion was one of the most transformational elements in American life throughout the nineteenth century. Printed imagery played an important role in the dissemination of knowledge and understanding about the West and those who inhabited it. Featuring hand-colored engravings and lithographs, the exhibition explores these depictions and the influence artists had on the West’s perception.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
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    Grand Ole Opry

    ExhibitsUSA’s Grand Ole Opry features thirty gelatin silver prints by Gordon Gillingham, a commercial photographer hired to photograph the Opry between 1952 and 1960. The images document the radio show and the country music business during the zenith of country music’s postwar boom, and wonderfully capture the spirit, energy, camaraderie, and sheer joy of performing that permeated both musicians and fans of The Opry in its heyday.
    • History & Culture
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
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    Step Right Up! Behind the Scenes of the Circus Big Top, 1890–1965

    In collaboration with the Tegge Circus Archives, Step Right Up! takes viewers behind the scenes of the circus, exploring the dramatic pageantry, colorful past, and living presense of this grand American theatrical tradition. Full-color posters, costume regalia, historic photographs, and more are included.
    • History & Culture
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
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    Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad

    Photographer Jeanine Michna-Bales has spent more than a decade meticulously researching “fugitive” slaves and the ways they escaped to freedom. The path she documented encompasses roughly 2,000 miles and is based off of actual sites, cities, and places that freedom-seekers passed through during their journey.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
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    Traditional Arts of the Bedouin

    The exhibition includes fifty artworks and artifacts, from embroidered textiles and embellished metalwork to ceremonial coffee accouterments and incense burners; as well as several photographs depicting Bedouin craftspersons at work. The very essence of the Bedouin culture is understood through its impermanence–with constant movement across the sands of both time and space.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
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    Cloth as Community: Hmong Textiles in America

    The story of Hmong textile production told in this exhibition reflects the radical upheaval in the external environment that Hmong refugees experienced. It tracks the evolution of Hmong textiles from ceremonial works to those created for commerce.
    • Folk Art & Design History & Culture
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
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    WAR-TOYS: Israel, West Bank, and Gaza Strip

    Brian McCarty’s photographic works interpret children’s drawings and offer a rare yet fascinating insight into the contemporary experiences of Palestinian and Israeli boys and girls.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks

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