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Fort Wayne Museum of Art: Figures to Remember: The Human Form in Major African American Works

  • Venue: Fort Wayne Museum of Art
  • Presented by: Fort Wayne Museum of Art
  • Dates: January 30, 2018 - February 25, 2018
  • Address: 311 East Main Street Fort Wayne, IN 46802
  • Admission: General Admission Free to members $8 - adults $6 - students (PreK-college) $6 - seniors 65+ $20 - families Free general admission every Thursday 5-8pm
  • Phone: (260) 422-6467
  • Website: Visit Website
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Yes
2018-01-30 2018-02-25 Fort Wayne Museum of Art: Figures to Remember: The Human Form in Major African American Works <p>Figures to Remember: The Human Form in Major African American Works<br />January 30-February 25, 2018<br /><br />For each of four weeks, this exhibit will feature a single and significant work of art by a major African American artist. Each artist, in their own voice, has used the human figure to illustrate and symbolize heritage, culture, and the African diaspora.<br />Each week, a new work from the FWMoA collection will be on view:<br /><br />January 30 &#8211; February 4: Alison Saar, Lost Boys, 2008<br />February 6 &#8211; 11: Romare Bearden, The Carolina Memory (Tidings), 1973<br />February 13 &#8211; 18: Renee Stout, Marie Laveau, 2009<br />February 20 &#8211; 25: Jacob Lawrence, The 1920s…The Migrants Arrive and Cast Their Ballots, 1974<br /><br />Parking<br />The parking lot behind the Museum is owned by Arts United. Parking in the lot is free unless there is a performance or event at the Arts United Center, then a $3 fee will be charged.<br /><br />Gallery Hours <br />Sunday, 12 - 5 pm<br />Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm<br />Thursday 10am - 8pm<br />The galleries are closed Mondays and major holidays, including:<br />New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Easter, Independence Day, and Thanksgiving Day.<br /><br />General Admission<br />Free to members <br />$8 - adults <br />$6 - students (PreK-college) <br />$6 - seniors 65+ <br />$20 - families<br />Free general admission every Thursday 5-8pm</p> 311 East Main Street Fort Wayne, IN America/Indiana/Winamac
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Figures to Remember: The Human Form in Major African American Works
January 30-February 25, 2018

For each of four weeks, this exhibit will feature a single and significant work of art by a major African American artist. Each artist, in their own voice, has used the human figure to illustrate and symbolize heritage, culture, and the African diaspora.
Each week, a new work from the FWMoA collection will be on view:

January 30 – February 4: Alison Saar, Lost Boys, 2008
February 6 – 11: Romare Bearden, The Carolina Memory (Tidings), 1973
February 13 – 18: Renee Stout, Marie Laveau, 2009
February 20 – 25: Jacob Lawrence, The 1920s…The Migrants Arrive and Cast Their Ballots, 1974

Parking
The parking lot behind the Museum is owned by Arts United. Parking in the lot is free unless there is a performance or event at the Arts United Center, then a $3 fee will be charged.

Gallery Hours
Sunday, 12 - 5 pm
Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 8pm
The galleries are closed Mondays and major holidays, including:
New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Easter, Independence Day, and Thanksgiving Day.

General Admission
Free to members
$8 - adults
$6 - students (PreK-college)
$6 - seniors 65+
$20 - families
Free general admission every Thursday 5-8pm

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