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This is the only museum in the Southwestern United States devoted to the preservation and display of African American artist, cultural and historical materials. The Sculpture Garden includes the Bottle Tree. American Vision: African American Sculptors covers the 19th century to the 21st century. The museum also features Nommo, George Smith's sculpture based on a Dogon water god.
The museum offers the inaugural exhibition in the Sam and Ruth Bussey Folk Art Gallery. A dedication will take place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. November...
Aside from the promise of complimentary snacks, there is no better reason to unite than literature. And this weekend, South Dallas has what you need. Now in its 10th year, the Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair and Arts Festival has grown into a... More »
While people everywhere try to figure out how to run the fastest or eat the most, we're trying to figure if we could take the GWR for the most slowly chewed bite or painstakingly styled hairdo. If tho... More »
Besides the free parking and free admission, the African American Museum in Fair Park contains some really cool stuff about African American history in Dallas that you are unlikely to find elsewhere. One of the current displays contains artifacts from Freedman's Town, a black enclave in old Dallas that was buried under a freeway until some local black-history buffs banded together to keep the memory and the history alive. Artifacts include parts of caskets and children's toys. Besides that... More »
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