Posted: September 27, 2018

The Fralin Museum of Art Leads City-wide ‘Signs of Change/Charlottesville’ Art and Community Engagement Project

The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia is mounting a city-wide campaign to educate residents about the history of slavery and African American life in Charlottesville, and to shed light on current realities for residents of color. Signs of Change/Charlottesville, which begins this month, is a partnership with the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights, the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center and the Bridge
Progressive Arts Initiative. The project will also involve 11 artists from the Charlottesville and Virginia area. See all


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