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Juneteenth 2020

Juneteenth 2020

Posted on Jun 18, 2020, by

We celebrated Juneteenth last year in City Park with African Heritage, Inc. and hundreds of our friends. This year we are distanced but we need to come together. Art unites us. At this time last year our exhibition at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass was Reflecting Perspectives, artists confront issues of diversity and inclusion. Today, on Juneteenth we look back on where we were and how far we have to go.

John Moran (American)

Protect and Serve, 2017

Hand sculpted glass, mixed-media

On this Juneteenth we republish the gallery guide to Reflecting Perspectives, artists confront issues of diversity and inclusion here and hope to provide a space again for open conversation about the ever-present issues of diversity and inclusion.

Gallery Guide

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