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      EXHIBIT: Black American Voices: Shared Culture, Values. and Emotions-featuring the Zamora Collection in Lafayette


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      October 23, 2019

      Wednesday  11:00 AM - 4:00 PM (daily until December 1, 2019)

      102 South 10th Street
      Lafayette, Indiana 47905

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      EXHIBIT: Black American Voices: Shared Culture, Values. and Emotions-featuring the Zamora Collection

      Black American Voices was initially presented as a book in 2017. It includes African works of art, photographs of Black Americans, and narratives from their lives. Drawing this intimate connection with Africa and Black Americans illustrates the continuation of African cultures, shared values, and emotions as they have flowed to the descendants of Africans.
      The African art on display is from The Antonio & Betty Zamora Collection of African Art. The collection includes more than 500 works gathered by Antonio “Tony” Zamora and his wife Betty throughout their nearly sixty years of marriage. The selected Black American photographs were borrowed from photo albums and archives of families and friends of African descent living in America. The narratives are the result of conversations and interviews that book editor and collection trustee Joe Barry Carroll has had with family, friends, and others over the years.
      Gold Sponsors: Purdue University Black Cultural Center and Holder Law Office

      Cost: Free -

      Categories: Art Galleries & Exhibits | Museums & Attractions

      This event repeats daily until December 1, 2019: Nov 12, Nov 13, Nov 14

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