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Bridget R. Cooks
The Driskell Center announces Bridget R. Cooks as the recipient of the first James A. Porter and David C. Driskell Book Award in African American Art History.
"Convergence" art exhibit at David C. Driskell Center Credit: David C. Driskell Center
The David C. Driskell Center presents African American art as a constant feature in the cultural scene of Prince George's County.
Photo by Wanda Jackson. "Carpenters" is a limited-edition silkscreen work on paper by renowned artist Jacob Lawrence.
“African American Art Since 1950: Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center,” features 62 works that collectively reflect the growing prominence and complexity of the field of African-American art over the last 60 years.
Driskell Center exhibit "African American Art since 1950" to travel to Taft Museum.


 On April 19, 2012 the 11th Annual David C. Driskell Distinguished Lecture in the Visual Arts welcomed Dr. Johnetta B.

David C. Driskell Center Distinguished Lecture Series
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Robert Steele
Robert Steele's journey from buying his first work of art as a student in Harlem to directing the Driskell Center.

Wed, 2/1/12

Ten years after it first began, African-American art exhibition returns to David C. Driskell Center

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