Mural artwork at Cherrylion studios. Midtown, GA - 20 feet wide by 10 feet tall. Since then his collection has grown to more than paintings, sculptures, and photographs representing the works of both nineteenth century and contemporary African American artists, including Alma Thomas, Romare Bearden, Edward Bannister, Elizabeth Catlett, Robert Duncanson, Richard Hunt, William H.
In fulfilling its mission, HMAAC seeks to invite and engage visitors of every race and background and to inspire children of all ages through discovery-driven learning.
HMAAC is to be a museum for all people. While our focus is the African American experience, our story informs and includes not only people of color, but people of all colors.
As a result, the stories and exhibitions that HMAAC will bring to Texas are about the indisputable fact that while our experience is a unique one, it has been impacted by and has impacted numerous races, genders and ethnicities. Come sense the possibilities, the historical, the contemporary, the random, and the radical!
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The success of HMAAC lies directly with the people who work here, our volunteers and vendors, and our constantly growing and multicultural audience. We are African immigrants and the descendants of enslaved Africans in the Americas. We are Latinos, Anglos, and Asians.
This is our formula for success. Because we represent the future of a more diverse America, we are building a museum of the future, NOW! We are unafraid to be contemporary as well as historical.
HMAAC is not, and will never be, a trapped basement locked in the past, afraid to explore and confront all aspects of the African experience in the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
HMAAC will not be a place to harbor fear, but rather a swaggering amalgam of our courage, adaptability, and resilience. We not only sense the possibilities of who we are, but we are on a voyage to become those possibilities. I look forward to you joining us. Calls us, write, us, beat a drum. The museum is yours!The Black Art Depot was founded in in Atlanta, GA by Kani Saburi Ayubu.
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African-American art is a broad term describing the visual arts of the American black community (African Americans). Influenced by various cultural traditions, including those of Africa.
The Art Institute of Chicago's collection of African American art provides a rich introduction to over years of noted achievements in painting, sculpture, and printmaking.
African-American art is the ever-growing body of creative work generated by America’s black community. Originating in slave communities and predating the Civil War, African-American art depicts the struggles, the victories and the emotions of a group of people bound by common experiences and traditions.
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