To Conserve a Legacy

NPR's Joshua Levs reports from member station WABE in Atlanta on To Conserve a Legacy a new traveling exhibition of African-American artwork. For years, black colleges and universities collected many paintings, sculptures, prints, and photographs from students, teachers, or independent artists. Together, two hundred of these works chronicle the expression of blacks during different times in the nation's history. The exhibit is currently in Atlanta, and is scheduled to go to Durham, North Carolina, Nashville, and Norfolk, Virginia.

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