Black Art: Yesterday and Today

Black Art: Yesterday and Today (1980)
Duration: 00:26:21

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Themes: Africa and African-Americans |

Guests: Adolphus Ealey
Host : Deborah Ray
Producer : Deborah Ray


Summary: This show is an interview with Adolphus Ealey, the director of the Barnett-Aden Gallery, about the role black art has played in history. Adolphus Ealey is also an artist himself, and a lecturer.

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