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    People Who Make the World Go ‘Round: The Legacy of Sepia Magazine

    Charting the legacy of Sepia magazine, the exhibition highlights the role of photo-based magazines, changes in printing technology, and how the political landscape shaped Black-interest photojournalism while emphasizing Sepia’s distinct style and audience in contrast to Ebony and LIFE.
    • Family Friendly History Humanities Intergenerational Photography Popular Culture Printmaking Social Justice Sports
    • 7 Weeks
  • Murmurations: For the Love of Birds

    With an introduction that briefly tells the story of birding, the urgent need to save birds, and the importance of conservation for our society as a whole, this exhibition includes the work of three contemporary visual artists who explore the topic through various media.
    • Ceramics Family Friendly Multimedia Photography Science & Ecology Sculpture Textile Arts/Fiber Arts
    • MediumPremium
    • 7 Weeks
  • The Legend of Kente

    “The Legend of Kente” features over 50 kente weavings, 4 garments, and detailed interpretive materials that explore the histories, meanings, and stories depicted by the extraordinary master weavers of present-day Ghana.
    • Craft Family Friendly History Humanities Intergenerational Popular Culture Textile Arts/Fiber Arts
    • MediumPremium
    • 7 Weeks
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    Finding Alice: Artists Exploring Wonderland featuring Abelardo Morell

    This exhibition is a wondrous collection of artists’ visual interpretations of Alice’s adventures that will be of intergenerational interest to art lovers as well as those intrigued with the wit and imagination of the stories.
    • Family Friendly Fine Art Illustration Intergenerational Literature Photography Popular Culture
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
  • Art of the Wish

    If you had a wish for the world, what would it be? Two artists traveled the country asking this question to elders from diverse backgrounds and locations. Inspired by more than 250 wishes, Art of the Wish is a poignant and memorable reflection of the beauty in generational storytelling.
    • Craft Fine Art Humanities Multimedia
    • MediumPremium
    • 7 Weeks
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    Popol Vuh: The Sacred Book of the Quiché through Illustration

    Around 1,000 A.D. in the present-day country of Guatemala, a highland Mayan people called the Quiché created in pictographic form a creation myth of the Universe in which a pair of Hero Twins must descend into the Underworld to save the next and final generation of humanity. Artist Jaime Arredondo has painstakingly brought it back to life by creating 65 illustrations of the story following it chronologically.
    • Bilingual/Spanish Fine Art History Illustration Native and Indigenous Art/Culture
    • LowMedium
    • 7 Weeks
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    Food for Thought: Artists Exploring Foodways

    The intersection of food and culture is a winning recipe in this exhibition that includes the work of 15 artists and collaborators. Like a lively dinner conversation, “Food for Thought” is centered around food, but expands into larger themes of labor, family, nature, and society.
    • Intergenerational Photography Popular Culture Video and Film
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks
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    The State of Water: Our Most Valuable Resource

    Only 0.007 percent of the planet’s water is available to fuel and feed its eight billion people. Brad Temkin’s photography puts visitors face-to-face with the systems and techniques that deliver our most valuable natural resource. In doing so, the exhibition encourages us to see water conservation as a process we can all get involved in.
    • Bilingual/Spanish Fine Art Photography Science & Ecology
    • LowMedium
    • 7 Weeks
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    War Toys: Ukraine

    Since 2011, internationally recognized photographer Brian McCarty has been collaborating with children who have been affected by conflict on a unique project titled War Toys, which is now active in and near Ukraine. The project invokes principles and practices of expressive art therapy to safely gather and articulate children’s accounts of warfare.
    • Bilingual/Spanish Humanities Illustration Photography
    • Premium
    • 7 Weeks
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    The Perfect Shot: Walter Iooss Jr., and the Art of Sports Photography

    Over his long career, photographer Walter Iooss Jr. had the opportunity to work with some of the greatest athletes of the past sixty years, capturing on film carefully crafted moments of triumph and disappointment—universal emotions that athletes and non-athletes alike know so well.
    • History Photography Popular Culture Sports
    • Medium
    • 7 Weeks

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