For the Culture, By the Culture

The Morris Museum, Morristown, N.J.

The Matriarch
The Matriarch, Alonzo Adams

Art in the Atrium is a non-profit Black arts organization in Morristown, N.J. Since its founding in 1991, it has exhibited the works of African-American artists at the Atrium Gallery. The current exhibit, For the Culture, By the Culture: Thirty Years of Black Art, Activism and Achievement, at the Morris Museum, is a retrospective of those 30 years of Art in the Atrium exhibits.

How to Throw a Curve
How to Throw a Curve, William Tolliver
Faith's Hands, Deborah Willis
Faith’s Hands, Deborah Willis
Viki Craig wall hanging
It Takes a Village, Viki Craig (quilted wall hanging)
Children's Heart, Joe Sam
Children’s Heart, Joe Sam

Posters from previous Art in the Atrium exhibits:

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6 Responses to For the Culture, By the Culture

  1. Donna Janke says:

    Fantastic pieces of art. I love the vibrant colours.

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  2. Good exhibit. I especially like How To Throw A Curve.

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  3. So cool that they’re doing this!

    Like

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  5. A.P. says:

    Wow – those are nice.

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