Jun 26 - Sep 01

Tina Williams Brewer Rising From the Thicket: A Retrospective and Jazz on Paper: The Stanley Levenson Collection

Next: Tomorrow 10:00 am - 5:00 am

African American Museum

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The art of Tina Williams Brewer conjures up symbolism, folklore, history, and most of all, spiritualism. In each fiber art piece, Brewer tells a story and most often the story is about universal peace, humanity and the spirituality of Africa. Brewer has made a conscious choice to interpret the Black experience in her fiber art. She uses her art to teach about Black heritage and the power of humanity that it holds. She is concerned about whether young people are learning and even more importantly, appreciating the world of their ancestors. Framed Poster collection detailing significant Jazz Artists and Jazz-themed art work by artists including Romare Bearden, Leroy Neiman, David Stone Martin and others. This unique collection of more than 30 works was assembled over many years by renowned jazz supporter Stanley Levenson. The collection is on loan from the Sammons Center for the Arts through the D'JAM Jazz Consortium from April 10-September 1, 2018 in partnership with the Af

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African American Museum
3536 Grand Ave. (in Fair Park)
P.O. Box 150153
Dallas, TX 75315-0153
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10:00 am - 5:00 am Daily through Sep 1
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