Art fans have two more weekends to see ‘Reverberations’ in St. Pete

The Carter G. Woodson African American Museum teamed up with the James for this one.

Aaron F. Henderson, "400 Years," 2019, gouache on paper - COURTESY
Aaron F. Henderson, "400 Years," 2019, gouache on paper

“Reverberations,” the Desmond Clark-curated exhibition, opened on Juneteenth in St. Petersburg, and art fans have until just Aug. 29 to see the work of 30 Black artists from Tampa Bay and across the Southeast who seek to challenge viewers with stories that not only bring to light structural racism and oppression, but celebrate hope and resilience, too. The Carter G. Woodson African American Museum is building a new home, so it’s teamed up with the James Museum of Wildlife & Western Art for this one.

Through Aug. 29, “Reverberations.” James Museum of Wildlife & Western Art, 150 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.

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