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Upcoming Exhibits

The NCCU Art Museum hosts several major exhibits each year, along with two exhibits that consist of works by local talents.

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Acha Debela: Draftsman, Painter and Digital Artist

Durham - The North Carolina Central University Art Museum will open an exhibition of drawings, paintings and digital art by faculty member Acha Debela on November 1, 2015. Acha Debela is Professor of Art and has been on the faculty since 1990. He has quietly used his art to tell important stories about Ethiopian, African...
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Vandorn Hinnant: Explorer of Form

The North Carolina Central University Art Museum presents a survey of works on paper, geometric abstractions and sculpture by Durham based artist Vandorn Hinnant. With key works from the artist, the exhibition will showcase work from a number of series beginning in the 1980s, however, the majority are concentrated...
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Designing for Community: The Freelon Group Architects

The North Carolina Central University art Museum will present Designing for Community: The Cultural, Civic, and Collegiate Work of The Freelon Group. Phil Freelon, FAIA founded The Freelon Group Architects in 1990. Under his direction, the firm established a reputation for design excellence and outstanding professional...
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NCCU Art Museum to Host Works by Durham Public School Students

The North Carolina Central University Art Museum will showcase “Durham's Finest”, an annual exhibition of student art from Durham Public Schools from January 11-30, 2009.   Student artists will attend an opening reception on Sunday, January 11, 2009 at 2 p.m. at the museum.   Durham's...
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NCCU Museum of Art Launches African-American Modernist Series

The North Carolina Central University Art Museum inaugurates its African-American Modernist Series with an exhibit by Raleigh-based artist Eric McRay, beginning November 16, 2008.   The exhibition by the Washington DC native will be the artist’s first museum showing in the Triangle. One of North...
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NCCU to Host Week-Long Tribute to Nelson Mandela

NCCU's Department of Student Leadership, Training and Development will host a week-long, university-wide celebration of humanitarian and international leader Nelson Mandela beginning October 11th. Peggy Watson-Alexander, director of student leadership, training and development, decided to develop the Mandela week...
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Art Museum Features Gottlieb Jazz Portraits

Portraits from the Golden Age of Jazz: Photographs by William P. Gottlieb will introduce the fall exhibition season at the North Carolina Central University Art Museum, now until October 10, 2004. During the 1930s and 1940s, William Gottlieb photographed the contemporary jazz scene to illustrate his...
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Art Museum Showcases the Work of Allan Freelon

DURHAM, N.C. - The North Carolina Central University Art Museum will present the exhibition, Allan Freelon: Pioneer African American Impressionist March 7 through April 23, 2004. An opening reception is scheduled Sunday, March 7 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the museum. Curated by Kenneth G. Rodgers,...
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Art Museum Presents Exhibit of Student Art from Durham Public Schools

The North Carolina Central University Art Museum will present an exhibition of art by students from Durham Public Schools entitled, "Durham's Finest," January 11 through February 6, 2004. An opening reception is scheduled Sunday, January 11, 2004 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. where visitors...
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