The Homage Exhibit displays works by artists Romare Bearden and Elizabeth Catlett alongside original documents from Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, Ralph Bunche and more.
Traveling through time guests will see African artwork by unnamed craftsmen moving through artifacts depicting the cruelty of American slavery and bondage in the US. Items on display cover Slavery, Reconstruction, Post-Reconstruction, The Civil Rights Era, Post-Civil Rights with a handful of selected pieces focused on historical events post 1980.
Our base package includes a six (5) hour display
Multiple day options along with one hour roundtables are also available for this exhibit. Contact us for additional information.
Cultural History Month Canvas Class
Ask us for our catalogue of options.
February - African American History Month
March - National National Women’s History Month
May - Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
June - Gay Lesbian Pride Month
September - National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15)
November - National American Indian Heritage
Catalyst Bracelets & Canvas Project
We pose a group of questions to students to help them find their word.
- How are you making a difference?
- What does your community need more of?
- What has been a defining moment in your life?
Encourage students to get inspired and stay motivated. Research shows that having a simple, constant reminder keeps you focused and improves your productivity. With this personalized bracelet, students choose their own custom message which is hand stamped onsite.
Students will have a chance to paint their name and "word" on a canvas that can be hung on campus following the event.
Also available as necklaces for