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In Celebration of Juneteenth, a Spotlight on Two INSPIRING ARTISTS

On June 19, citizens across the country will celebrate the day news of the Emancipation Proclamation reached the state of Texas, commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.

The original Juneteenth flag was created in 1997 by Ben Haith, the founder of the National Juneteenth Celebration Foundation combining images of a star to represent the “Lone Star State” of Texas, an arc to represent a new horizon of opportunities and futures for the Black community, and an outline surrounding the star to represent a new beginning for all. The colors on the flag are the same as the U.S. flag to show that former slaves and their descendants are free Americans too.

In celebration and support of Black artists on this important day, we offer a spotlight on two inspiring visual artists—Jahna Rae Church, and Moe Gram.  

Current Exhibition

Marcus Murray

Marcus MurraySnapshots of Black History Month Marcus Murray Digital Illustration Left to Right: Magic, Spirit, Ancestors, Afro On view along the North wall of The …

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Juneteenth Artist Spotlight: Moe Gram

Moe Gramm | Denver Colorado  GIVE A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE WORK YOU DO: I am an interdisciplinary visual artist most commonly known for my …

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Juneteenth Artist Spotlight: Jahna Rae Church

Jahna Rae Church | Denver, CO GIVE A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE WORK YOU DO: Most of my work is a combination of ink and various …

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MARCH 2020

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