Events  & Programs

The Visual Legacy: A Century of Art in the African Diaspora.

Visual Legacies is a virtual dialogue examining the political and social landscapes which influence and direct the creation of art and culture across the African diaspora. It serves as an educational resource and living conversation exploring the past one hundred years in African American and African art history, addressing issues of identity and representation in a world of rapid cultural,societal, and technological transformation. Join us every 4th Tuesday of the month for a lively conversation
with featured artists and guests.



Visual Legacy 1920's : The Contemporary Spirit

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 | 3pm

Visual Legacy Opening the 30's

Tuesday, November 18, 2020 | 3pm

Visual Legacy The Great Migration

Tuesday, December 15, 2020 | 3pm


"Four Seasons' by John Biggers

"An Artist is not paid for his labor but for his vision".  James Whistler​​​

Art Around...

Don't Miss!

Drawing the Ghost | A group exhibition curated by Robert Pruitt

Koplin Del Rio Gallery, Seattle, WA

On view | Sep 17th – Nov 28th

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