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Photographer William Bullard captured nearly 300 portraits of Black Southern migrants and Native Americans living in Central Massachusetts in the early twentieth century. Over 80 percent of the sitters have been identified allowing their personal stories to be told.
In the Fighters for Freedom, William H. Johnson created a pantheon of historic and contemporary leaders who dedicated their lives to racial justice, individual accomplishment, and social equality.
Visitors to the exhibition Reforestation of the Imagination will use a downloadable app that superimposes digital information over seemingly barren sculptures, creating two distinct realities to explore.
Wildlife images from the last two decades dynamically confront categorizations and speak to the significance of wildlife in art – in unconventional ways.
Will Wilson’s contemporary exploration of self-representation through the science of photography and digital media in response to the continuing impact of Edward Curtis’s The North American Indian (1907-1930).
This exhibition brings together the sights and the sounds of the Mexican-American border through a transformative and multi-sensory experience.