The National Gallery of Art has one of the largest art collections in America. But how diverse are the artists?
As the Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party, graphic artist Emory Douglas created striking visual images for the movement’s publications and posters. A new exhibit at the American University Museum connects the revolutionary art of the Sixties to today’s social justice movements through the work of contemporary Washington artists. We speak with Douglas and two local artists.
- Emory Douglas Graphic artist; former Minister of Culture, Black Panther Party
- Holly Bass Multidisciplinary performance and visual artist, writer and director.
- Sheldon Scott Storyteller, Artist, Actor, and Writer
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