The Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center’s Newest Exhibit
Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center (PGAAMCC) rings in the new year with a new exhibit; Chocolate Cities: The History, Legacy and Sustainability of African American Urban Enclaves - An Artistic Exploration of History and Social Justice.
This exhibit explores the legacy and tracks the continual change of the nation's capital and Prince George’s County through painting, photography and mixed media. Chocolate Cities will feature three exhibitions: Chocolate Cities Group Show, Sacred Cows works by Imar Hutchins, and Culture Keepers: Chocolate Cities Youth Exhibit. These exhibits highlight Washington DC and Prince George’s County based artists and youth and run in conjunction with PGAAMCC’s permanent collection Sharing Our Stories: Treasures from Our Collection and Footsteps of North Brentwood, a photographic exhibit of the history of Prince George’s first African American Incorporated Township, North Brentwood.
For times and dates of exhibitions, visit pgaamcc.org