In 1963… we Marched on Washington. However, in 2013 is Washington… Marching On Us?
Now thru March 30, 2014
Against the backdrop of exquisite beauty, this show interrogates masculinity, sexuality, slavery, vanity, mental poverty and the futility of aspiration.
Now thru January 7, 2014
“Fifty Years Forward: Birmingham to Atlanta to Selma” hopes to present a complete record of the movement that changed America.
"Red, White, Blue & Black," highlights the robust collection of militaria from the DuSable Museum’s permanent collection.
Featuring more than 150 artifacts, objects, campaign memorabilia and even archival footage!
Over thirty-five years ago, the DuSable Museum opened an exhibition entitled Africa Speaks to showcase the diverse people and cultures and countries in Africa, but more importantly to illustrate the link that African Americans have to their ancestral legacy beyond the institution of slavery.
The nine by eight foot bas-relief carving illustrates 400 years of African American history including such notable figures such as Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. DuBois, and Mary Mcleod Bethune, and such historic events as the 1831 Nat Turner led slave revolt and the “Little Rock Nine” school integration.
Contemporary-style mosaic murals by Chicago artist Thomas Miller feature portraits of the eight founders of the DuSable Museum of African American History. In addition to these portraits are scenes of famous Chicagoans.
Free Web Exhibition: civilwarinart.org is an exciting new website for teachers and students to see and learn about the issues, events, and people connected to the Civil War. Visit. Explore. Discover.
If you didn't get to see the exhibition while it was at The DuSable Museum, experience it through this special microsite. Their exhibit included more than 90 paintings, sculptures, photographs, costumes, books and designs by the Tony Award winning director/choreographer/ artist/actor/author Geoffrey Holder and his award-winning wife, dancer/actress/choreographer Carmen DeLavallade.