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Our People Exhibit
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THE EXHIBIT:

Our People: The Black Influence in Contemporary Culture celebrates the profound impact of Black individuals on our modern cultural canvas, recognizing the essential role of Black culture in shaping our diverse and rich contemporary world. Through a diverse array of artistic mediums and perspectives, well-versed artists explore themes of resilience, creativity, and pop culture, offering a compelling narrative of the enduring spirit and contributions of the Black community.

Now on display until March 2nd,  Our People: The Black Influence in Contemporary Culture will showcase pieces celebrating black culture and its role in shaping the current fine art and cultural landscape.  

Join us as we celebrate Black Culture throughout Black History Month in the Arts Center.

exhibition winners

Through their discerning eyes, Brandon Johnson, B. Broadie, and Makayla Binter have identified these exceptional pieces as the champions of the exhibition.

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FIRST PLACE

First Avenue Part 1

Circe 1930

Don Coulter

SECOND PLACE

Desire

Darius Emerson

THIRD PLACE

In Love With Strangers

N Carlos Jefferson

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HONORABLE MENTION

Metamorphosis of Chloris

Uduakobong Edet

HONORABLE MENTION

Versions of Self

Bobby Hill

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