Phillip Cash, Ph.D., (Cayuse, Nez Perce) serves as a Tribal advisor in the museum’s Creating Together exhibition development process. Photo by Abbott Schindler.

This Land: American Engagement with the Natural World installed at the Hood Museum of Art, January 5–July 23, 2022. Photo by Rob Strong. Copyright 2022 Rob Strong

Installation of the exhibition FREEDOM: Abstract Expressionism, Tougaloo College and the Civil Rights Movement. FREEDOM is a permeant teaching exhibition located within the Ronald O. Schnell Art Gallery, Bennie G. Thompson Academic and Civil Rights Research Center, Tougaloo College, Mississippi, Photograph by Mark Geil, Curator, Turry M. Flucker.

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Headshots, clockwise from top left, of Kaywin Feldman, Henry P. Johnson, Catherine Sarr, Victoria Rogers
Terra Foundation adds Kaywin Feldman, Henry P. Johnson, Victoria Rogers, and Catherine Sarr to Board of Directors
May 3, 2023
Artwork featuring neon lights installed in a gallery space.
New Initiative Allocates $5M for Latinx Art in Museums
February 13, 2023
Artwork featuring neon lights installed in a gallery space.
Las fundaciones Mellon, Ford, Getty y Terra anuncian una nueva iniciativa de $5 millones destinada al programa Advancing Latinx Art in Museums (Promoviendo el arte latino en los museos)