Clark Atlanta University Art Museum

Visit the Clark Atlanta University Art Museum, one of the South's most extensive galleries chronicling the role of African-American artists in the history of American art. With most pieces dating between 1942 and 1970, the art museum documents the American experience through the eyes of the Black community. The collection strives to document the core of America's identity through the preservation, study and exhibition of fine art works. Exhibits focus on topics such as politics, the Civil Rights Movement, and more. Artists featured have included Alfred Conteh, Dante Yarbrough, and James Pate.

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Clark Atlanta University Art Museum

Visit the Clark Atlanta University Art Museum, one of the South's most extensive galleries chronicling the role of African-American artists in the history of American art. With most pieces dating between 1942 and 1970, the art museum documents the American experience through the eyes of the Black community. The collection strives to document the core of America's identity through the preservation, study and exhibition of fine art works. Exhibits focus on topics such as politics, the Civil Rights Movement, and more. Artists featured have included Alfred Conteh, Dante Yarbrough, and James Pate.

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Clark Atlanta University Art Museum

Visit the Clark Atlanta University Art Museum, one of the South's most extensive galleries chronicling the role of African-American artists in the history of American art. With most pieces dating between 1942 and 1970, the art museum documents the American experience through the eyes of the Black community. The collection strives to document the core of America's identity through the preservation, study and exhibition of fine art works. Exhibits focus on topics such as politics, the Civil Rights Movement, and more. Artists featured have included Alfred Conteh, Dante Yarbrough, and James Pate.

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Clark Atlanta University Art Museum

Visit the Clark Atlanta University Art Museum, one of the South's most extensive galleries chronicling the role of African-American artists in the history of American art. With most pieces dating between 1942 and 1970, the art museum documents the American experience through the eyes of the Black community. The collection strives to document the core of America's identity through the preservation, study and exhibition of fine art works. Exhibits focus on topics such as politics, the Civil Rights Movement, and more. Artists featured have included Alfred Conteh, Dante Yarbrough, and James Pate.

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