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Photography of the Pearl Primus Residency
May 16, 1993 – June 27, 1993

View photographs that document the 1992-1993 Howard University residency of renowned choreographer Pearl Primus.

Anacostia Community Museum
Body & Soul: The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
March 28, 1993 – June 13, 1993

See costumes and prop designs by Romare Bearden and Randy Barcelo celebrating the 35th anniversary of famed dance theater.

Anacostia Community Museum
Supplement to Richmond Barthe/Richard Hunt: Two Sculptors, Two Eras
December 20, 1992 – March 20, 1993

See photographs depicting the Washington "presence" of Richmond Barthe and Richard Hunt.

Anacostia Community Museum
Richmond Barthe/Richard Hunt: Two Sculptors, Two Eras
December 20, 1992 – February 28, 1993

See 36 works and photomurals that survey the long and distinguished careers of 2 African American sculptors.

Anacostia Community Museum
An Eye on the Past: Photographs of Washington's Historical Landmarks
November 1, 1992 – December 13, 1992

See 25 large format images photographed by architectural photographer Carol M. Highsmith that capture the rich beauty and diversity of the District's architecture.

Anacostia Community Museum
Who's Gonna Sing Our Song
October 3, 1992 – October 28, 1992

See 25 photographs by students from the Johnson Jr. High School that document the Anacostia community.

Anacostia Community Museum
Diverse Concepts
August 9, 1992 – September 27, 1992

View watercolors, oils, and mixed-media collage by artists from communities east of the Anacostia River that are featured in this exhibition organized by Tomorrow's World Art Center of Washington, D.C.

Anacostia Community Museum
To Achieve These Rights: The Struggle for Equality and Self Determination in D.C. 1791-1978
January 19, 1992 – November 1, 1992

Celebrate the bicentennial of the District of Columbia in this exhibition that examines the African American journey toward racial equality in the nation's capital.

Anacostia Community Museum
Affirmations: Assemblages by Schroeder Cherry
January 19, 1992 – February 29, 1992

See an exhibition of 16 mixed-media works by artist and museum educator Schroeder Cherry

Anacostia Community Museum
In Process...Black Mosaic—The Many Faces of Black Life in Washington, DC
November 24, 1991 – January 10, 1992

A display of family photographs depicts Washington, DC residents of African descent who migrated from Central and South America and the Caribbean.

Anacostia Community Museum
Kaleidoscope: African American Photography in Washington
June 22, 1991 – November 3, 1991

See an exhibition of the work of over 30 local black photographers, including Addison and Robert Scurlock, Robert McNeill, Sharon Farmer, and Matthew Lewis

Anacostia Community Museum
Camp Logan
June 1, 1991 – June 30, 1991

See reproductions of historical documents and photographs on the Houston Riot and Court Marital of 1917, involving members of the 24th Infantry regiment stationed at Camp Logan in Houston, Texas.

Anacostia Community Museum
Personal Views:Young Photographers Focus on Anacostia (DC Art/Works Summer Youth Employment Program)
March 17, 1991 – May 29, 1991

Students instructed by Ron Cooke, Tomorrow's World Art Center, present photographs of their views of Anacostia.

Anacostia Community Museum
Every 18 Minutes
February 20, 1991 – March 7, 1991

View a video project on Responses to AIDS in the Black Gay Community, Part I: When It Hits Home: Coming Out In the Age of AIDS.

Anacostia Community Museum
Reaching the Other World
February 20, 1991 – March 7, 1991

See an exhibition about 8 men and women from Massachusetts who present their experience of intravenous drug addiction.

Anacostia Community Museum
Gathered Visions: Selected Works by African American Women
November 18, 1990 – April 28, 1991

This exhibition gathers works by a diverse group of African American women artists based in metropolitan Washington, DC.

Anacostia Community Museum
Whose Art Is It, Anyway?: The Arts in Public Places
July 15, 1990 – September 16, 1990

View an exhibition that explores the visual and performing arts in public spaces.

Anacostia Community Museum
The Real McCoy: African-American Invention and Innovation, 1619-1930
May 21, 1989 – May 31, 1990

African American inventors, from prominent figures such as George Washington Carver to anonymous innovators, have made important contributions to American technology.

Anacostia Community Museum
Inspiration: 1961-1989 | DC Art Association Exhibition
January 15, 1989 – March 5, 1989

A retrospective of artwork by the District of Columbia Art Association, from its founding in 1961 by art teachers in the Washington, DC public school system to the present.

Anacostia Community Museum
Climbing Jacob's Ladder: The Rise of Black Churches in Eastern American Cities, 1740-1877
October 18, 1987 – October 30, 1988

African American churches began forming in East Coast cities between 1740 and 1877. In addition to tending to spiritual needs, they played a central role in community development.

Anacostia Community Museum

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