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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 Folk Art & Design History & Culture
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
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    Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo

    Consisting of 41 black-and-white photographs taken between 1988 and 1992, the selected images document the gay rodeo circuit and the lives of many of its participants in those years. The collected body of work not only serves as a stunning example of black-and- white portraiture and rodeo photography, it also explores the diverse and complex natures of individual and community identity in the West.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Low
    • 5 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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    Vibrant Bounty: Chinese Folk Art from the Shaanxi Region

    This exhibition invites visitors on a journey through Shaanxi Province, one of the cradles of Chinese civilization. Both the art and the objects featured in this exhibition introduce us to a region of China, which, like the American Midwest, is dominated by agriculture and populated with working people.
    • Fine Art Folk Art & Design
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
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    Beyond Words: Visual Narratives from the Block Book to the Graphic Novel

    We often think of the comic strip as a recent invention, but the history of sequential narrative begins with the history of art. The exhibition’s works allow us to consider the roles of image and narrative in our cultures and to examine storytelling techniques in different media.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
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    A Photo Album of Ireland

    A Photo Album of Photos emerges from an ongoing democratic archive that is a celebration of ordinary and extraordinary histories, viewed from the perspective of private individuals and families. Taken as a whole, this collection of 85 photographs creates a rich tapestry of images that tells of the triumphs and turmoils in the life of a nation.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
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    American Farmer

    When photographer Paul Mobley set out to capture the soul of our country’s farm communities, he encountered an enduring rural culture that remains rooted in the principles of tradition, family, integrity, and hard work. Out of a collection of more than 200 of these portraits, ExhibitsUSA has distilled a selection of forty-five iconic portraits showing the geographic and cultural diversity of the American Farmer.
    • Fine Art
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
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    Once Upon a Playground

    The exhibition offers a visual tribute to America’s vanishing playgrounds of our past, celebrating their place in American culture and the collective memories of generations. It combines contemporary photographs of classic equipment, vintage images of playground scenes from the Library of Congress’ collections, and images from old playground catalogs and other ephemera.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
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    A Cast of Blues

    A celebration of Mississippi’s rich musical heritage, this exhibition features 15 resin-cast masks of blues legends created by artist Sharon McConnell-Dickerson, as well as 15 framed photographs of blues artists (and the colorful juke joints in which they played) by photographer Ken Murphy.
    • Fine Art History & Culture
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks

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