The Homage Exhibit
Focusing on African-American history and culture, the exhibit features over 650 select items from the private collection of Nia and Morris McAdoo.
The Homage Exhibit opens the door to the African-American experience in the United States from the time of Slavery to the election of Barack Obama. This unique curator-led experience gives you a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how Homage was designed and created.
Each artifact represents an icon, cultural phenomenon, or pivotal historical moment and accompanies works created by artists and creatives. Highlights of the collection draw attention to key figures such as Booker T. Washington, Shirley Chisholm, Frederick Douglas, and various artifacts from moments in the civil rights movement.
Visit https://www.homageexhibit.com/ for additional information.
This event is coordinated by the Campus Activity Board (CAB) and the Office of Student Life for students of Lander University and is not open to the general public.