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in African American Culture
New Works in the Photography Collection
Women in the Arts of China
This installation highlights the creativity, passion and craftsmanship of the Spring 2023 Harn Museum of Art Interns and Volunteers. On view through February 26.
In this talk Mary Coffey, Professor of Art History, Dartmouth College, explores how Mexican artist José Clemente Orozco’s engaged with Blackness during extensive travels in the US.
Join us for a lively evening celebrating the beauty of the arts of Africa and the African diaspora, including the Harn’s newest exhibition Posing Beauty in African American Culture.
The Harn Museum of Art’s mission is to inspire, educate and enrich people’s lives through art. The Harn uses the power of the visual arts to open conversations about our shared cultural history and pressing contemporary issues through exhibitions, collections, scholarship and programming of the highest caliber. The Harn strives to develop an academic community of creative, divergent thinkers in collaboration with the University of Florida, and fosters joy and community by welcoming students, UF faculty and staff and local residents to engage with art.