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  • Writer's pictureDelanie West

Extended Exhibition at Massillon Museum: "The Art & History of the Black Family:

Through the Eyes of the 21st Century African American Child

The Massillon Museum is delighted to announce the extension of its impactful exhibit, “The Art and History of the Black Family,” now open through March 30, 2024. Originally set to end on March 16, this extension offers visitors more time to explore the rich narratives presented.

Located in the Fred F. Silk Community Room Gallery, this student photography exhibition is created in partnership with the Kent Area (OH) Chapter of The Links, Inc. It offers a unique perspective on the Black family experience through the eyes of 21st-century African American children.

This exhibit provides an insightful look into the joys, challenges, and resilience of Black families, showcasing the importance of youth voices in shaping our understanding of history and culture.

Don't miss this opportunity to engage with a vibrant and meaningful showcase at the Massillon Museum. “The Art and History of the Black Family” is an enlightening experience for all, celebrating the legacy and future of Black families through March 30, 2024.

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