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Black History Celebrated: Julien Hudson at WAM

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

 

Organized by Curator, William Keyes Rudolph, in collaboration with The Historic New Orleans Collection, the exhibition In Search of Julien Hudson: Free Artist of Color in Pre-Civil War New Orleans, on view until March 11 at the Worcester Art Museum, is an ambitious project. It is the first retrospective of Hudson’s work and presented as an art historical discussion. Through traditional paintings, miniatures, prints, and sculpture by a number of artists, not just Hudson, along with in-depth exhibition literature, the show provides a contextual view of Hudson’s portrait work during a transitional period in American history.

To read more about this exhibition visit the WorcesterScene.

 

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