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Traveling Exhibitions

  • ManSQ1

    I AM A MAN: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1960–1970

    I AM A MAN: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1960–1970 displays a wide range of photographs taken by amateurs, local photojournalists, and internationally known photographers. Together, they provide a vivid visual story of the evolution of the civil rights movement and shed light on the movement’s integration in the daily living in the American South.
    • History Photography Social Justice
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
  • ResilienceSQ

    Resilience—A Sansei Sense of Legacy

    Told from the point of view of Sansei (third generation) Japanese Americans, Resilience—A Sansei Sense of Legacy is an exhibition of eight artists whose work reflects on the effect of Executive Order 9066 as it resonated from generation to generation.
    • Fine Art History Humanities Intergenerational Multimedia Social Justice
    • Premium
    • 10 Weeks
  • AwaySQ
    • Humanities Native and Indigenous Art/Culture Social Justice
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks
  • S+P1

    Savages and Princesses: The Persistence of Native American Stereotypes

    Stereotypes of Native American peoples are ubiquitous and familiar. The exhibition Savages and Princess: The Persistence of Native American Stereotypes brings together twelve contemporary Native American visual artists who reclaim their right to represent their identities as Native Americans. Whether using humor, subtlety, or irony, the telling is always fiercely honest and dead-on. Images and styles are created from traditional, contemporary, and mass culture forms.
    • Ceramics Digital Art Fine Art History Humanities Multimedia Native and Indigenous Art/Culture Painting Popular Culture Printmaking Sculpture Social Justice Textile Arts/Fiber Arts
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
  • Decision-to-Leave_square

    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.
    • History Humanities Photography Social Justice
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks

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