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Celebrate Juneteenth

Celebrate Juneteenth with free admission and special Looking Together Conversations

a black and white painting with calligraphic strokes all over and a moon in black

Norman Lewis
American, 1909–1979
Night Walk #2, 1956
oil on canvas, 66 x 34 in. (168 x 86 cm)
Henry Melville Fuller Fund, 2019.58
© Estate of Norman W. Lewis; Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York, NY

In Honor of Juneteenth, the Currier Museum of Art will offer a series of conversations surrounding Black artists in the Currier’s collection.

Spanning a variety of eras and media, this selection of work brings to light the growing presence of Artists of Color within our galleries. Celebrate Juneteenth, learn more about Black art, and enjoy this holiday with the museum.

Fifteen-minute Looking Together Conversations will occur on the hour, every hour from 11 am until 2 pm, led by various Currier Staff Members. All Looking Together Conversations will meet in the lobby.

11 am – Norman Lewis, Night Walk #2,  with Bruce McColl, Director of Engagement 
Noon – Charles Henry Alston, Palaver #1, with Carolin Sanchez, Tour and Volunteer Manager
1 pm  – Robert Duncanson, Long Point on the Gauley River, Virginia, (Summerville, West Virginia), with Suzanne Canali, Director of Education
2 pm – James Van Der Zee, Daddy Grace and Children, with Sarah Culhane, Art Education Intern

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