Art from Many Lenders Creates a Single Exhibit
| August 27, 2019
The Binghamton University Art Museum presents a new exhibit: “not but nothing other”: African-American Portrayals 1930s to Today. Museum Director Diane Butler and curator Tom McDonough, Associate Professor of Art History, talk about the lucky circumstances that led to putting together this wide-ranging exhibit, with help from other institutions.
Photo credit: Binghamton University Art Museum
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