Juneteenth | Celebrating FreedomJune 19 - July 30, 2021Some of the artists that will be presenting work in the exhibition are:
Pioneer Barbara DuMetz, in the field of commercial photography, an era when very
few African-American women where in the field of photography.
Husband and wife duo Kharan and Regis Bethencourt of the Creative Soul.
Millennial Ervin A. Johnson makes us confront issues that dominate our headlines
in provocative work created in support of the Black Live Matter Movement.
Chester Higgins, staff photographer with The New York Times for more than four
decades, whose work notably features the life and culture of people of African
Intertwining social documentary, art, and street photography, Builder Levy has
been making photographs as objects of art that celebrate the human spirit for the
past fifty years.
Collectively, Juneteenth presents a celebration of freedom, tolerance, and culture!
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