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Community Art in Atlanta, 1977-1987: Jim Alexander's Photographs of the Neighborhood Arts Center from the Auburn Avenue Research Library

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  • Coverage Dates: 1970-1982
  • Update Frequency: in process

Community Art in Atlanta, 1977-1987 consists of fifty-five documentary photographs of the Neighborhood Arts Center (1975-1989) that capture significant African American-centered cultural and community events in and around the Atlanta-based organization, a brainchild of the late mayor Maynard Jackson. This body of images documents a visit to the Center from the legendary Romare Bearden, as well as Atlanta-area outreach projects, arts festivals, and social demonstrations that took place during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Taken by photographer, community activist, and Neighborhood Arts Center staff member Jim Alexander, these photographs demonstrate the Center's service commitment and its promotion of urban community arts. The site also contains a biography of Alexander, a brief history and chronology of the Neighborhood Arts Center, suggested readings, and a list of related links.

Database Provider: Digital Library of Georgia.

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