501 Life Magazine | Harding University features Black History Month show
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Harding University features Black History Month show

The Stevens Art Gallery at Harding University is featuring a Black History Month photography show titled “Expressions: Someone in History.” The show is on display on the Catwalk Gallery and will run through Friday, March 2. 

Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and admission is free.

The photography exhibit primarily contains the work of Virginia Bradley along with other contributors such as Roosevelt Presley and a display by Lee Watts. Subjects are posed to portray historically significant famous black actors, politicians, entrepreneurs, writers, artists and humanitarians. 

"The department of art and design has been privileged to provide the space for this exhibit each February as it’s important for all of us to be aware of the contributions black Americans have made to our community and our nation,” said Dr. John Keller, art professor and curator of the Stevens Art Gallery.

For more information about this exhibit as well as other upcoming events in the art department, visit harding.edu/art or call 501.279.4426. To learn more about special events and services offered by the University, visit harding.edu/community.