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Elgin art exhibit celebrates Black culture in America

When Elgin artist Freddrick D. Wimms was asked just after Christmas to curate an art exhibit for Black History Month, he didn’t have much time and didn’t know what he wanted the show to be. But he did have an idea for a name.

“Black Then, Black Now, Black in the Middle …”

“When I set the name, I had no idea what the show was gonna be,” Wimms said. “I knew it couldn’t be based just on Black history. It had to be about the essence of Black culture, and then that will reflect on Black art and that

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SCCPSS students, teachers create #BlackLivesMatter art exhibit

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – A new art exhibit has debuted in Savannah to celebrate Black History Month.



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The pieces vary in mediums, but all tell a specific story – that Black lives matter.

The artists are not well known or renown, but local Savannah-Chatham teachers and students with a message.

Stepping into the Beach Institute you’ll see a new exhibit, “#BlackLivesMatter.”

“It celebrates so much culture and that just brings me so much joy just looking at it. So, art has a healing power,” said Sharonna Ray, an Art Teacher at Humanities at Juliette

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Art exhibit honors lives lost from social injustice

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The works of Miami artist T. Eliott Mansa, shown in the LnS Gallery in Coconut Grove, owned by Sergio Cernuda.

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Sergio Cernuda is the owner of LnS Gallery in Coconut Grove. While you may recognize the name – his parents own the long-running Cernuda Arte in Coral Gables – Sergio Cernuda has come into his own in Miami’s art scene.

Cernuda confirms that having his gallery in Coconut Grove was completely intentional. “We opened the gallery four years ago this February in an area that, in the 1970s, was booming with gallery spaces,” he

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The courtroom is focus of new photography exhibit

"University of Arkansas School of Law (Microphone)" (2019) digital print by Courtney McClellan from her solo exhibition "Simulations" at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.
Courtesy of Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

“University of Arkansas School of Law (Microphone)” (2019) digital print by Courtney McClellan from her solo exhibition “Simulations” at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.
Courtesy of Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

Credit: Handout

Credit: Handout

McClellan presents her photos of these mock courtrooms in plain white frames against crisp white gallery walls that have been ornamented with the kind of formal wainscoting you might find in one of those courtrooms. The images themselves hone in on specific design and architectural features of the courtrooms: the uncomfortable looking chairs where spectators sit and then the plush, high-backed pleather

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