Celebrating the African-American experience
The James A. Michener Art Museum celebrates the African American experience through the work of emerging and established craft artists in the exhibition COLOR: Ten African American Artists. The project, organized by the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, is on view at the Museum’s Doylestown location, March 15 through July 6, 2008. Over 30 creations on display are inspired by African folklore, religious symbols, historic clothing, imagination and daydreams, representing a variety of diverse backgrounds and personal histories.
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