OxHRF: Hoot and Holler! | Exhibition and Discussion

An enlightening exhibition and discussion organised by Sarah Grimwood on the intersection of Black expression through art and music, and their relationship to African American history.

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Join us for an illuminating exhibition and discussion exploring the intersectionality of Black expression through art and music, and an investigation into how both can enrich our understanding of African-American history. Featuring works from the Wes and Missy Cochran collection of African American art on paper and the Paul Oliver archive of African American music and photographs, this exhibition showcases the connections between art, music, and twentieth-century African American history. The evening reception offers an opportunity to view the full exhibition across multiple library display areas, hear a presentation from Oxford Brookes' Sarah Grimwood, engage in a Q&A session with the curator and Columbus State University lecturer/students, and enjoy refreshments.

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