Erace is an impactful exhibition that centers on the theme of historical erasure, particularly its effects on Black communities in America. Through a compelling artistic lens, artist Takeisha Jefferson examines the ongoing struggle faced by Black Americans, from the legacy of slavery to contemporary challenges. Erace invites viewers to confront the consequences of silenced narratives, encouraging deep reflection on the broader theme of historical memory and its implications for justice and equality. This exhibition serves as a vital platform for dialogue, fostering a greater awareness of the importance of acknowledging and preserving those marginalized histories.
The exhibit is free and open to the public during normal business hours and runs from 1/25/2024 through 4/20/2024.
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