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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Homage to Harriet Tubman
"By Any Means" by Alyscia Cunningham is included in the "Homage to Harriet Tubman" exhibition, as apart of permanent collection at The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture also known as the Black History Museum in Baltimore MD.
Homage to Harriet features a range of media, including photography, paintings, sculpture, and video. Artist Tina Martin Wyatt, a descendant of Tubman, celebrates Tubman’s legacy in her mixed media work. Photographer David Allen Harris honors his ancestor, Frank Wanzer, who was an Underground Railroad conductor and contemporary of Tubman. Also on view are works by Bruce McNeil, Alyscia Cunningham Photography, and filmmaker Pierre Bennu, among more than 15 other artists who explore Tubman’s historical, cultural and spiritual impact.
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