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New Kids on the Block: DC's Latest Public Art

If you’re unsure, let me set the record straight once and for all: public art has always been cool. It gives a city flair, adds character to the atmosphere and perhaps above all else…it gives us all something to Instagram. 765 more words

My Favorite Black Visual Artists:

Martin Puryear – This minimalist sculptor taught at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn. until early 1973. I moved to Nashville in November, 1973. I never met Puryear. 220 more words

Delilah W. Pierce Mentioned in Black Women of the Harlem Renaissance Era

Delilah W. Pierce is mentioned in Black Women of the Harlem Renaissance Era. In the chapter about close friend, Lois Mailou Jones, artist, it was said that it was her membership in The District of Columbia Art Association (DCAA) that, “provided long-standing bonds with such artists as Delilah W. 96 more words

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Jessica B. Harris Mentioned Delilah W. Pierce In The Martha's Vineyard Table

Jessica B. Harris, author of The Martha’s Vineyard Table mentioned Delilah W. Pierce while reflecting on her mother. Click to learn more about: The Martha’s Vineyard Table… 49 more words

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Delilah W. Pierce Helped In Fight For Federal Aid To Education Bill

President Harry Truman was the President of the United States from 1945 to 1953, a time of grand expectations in post WWII America. He succeeded President Franklin D. 288 more words

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