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More than Folk:

More than Folk:

Folk, self-taught, primitive, outsider. These terms are used to describe artists without formal training or those who operate outside of the established art world. The work of ten such artists of the American South will be featured in the Hunter Museum’s upcoming...
EVOLUTION OF A MUSEUM

EVOLUTION OF A MUSEUM

With three buildings spanning different architectural periods and housing an important collection of American art, the Hunter Museum commands quite a physical presence on the bluff overlooking the Tennessee River and, since its 1952 founding, has played a critical...
Lesley Dill

Lesley Dill

For the last twenty years, Dill has been a sculptor, photographer, printmaker and performance artist, all while consistently exploring the human form, language, sensory experience and their interactions. An English major before she became an artist, Dill found her...
NOEL W. ANDERSON: BLAK ORIGIN MOMENT

NOEL W. ANDERSON: BLAK ORIGIN MOMENT

A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Noel W. Anderson is known for his explorations into the evolving makeup of black male identity through the me­dium of textiles. Using found imagery from various media and archives, including television and magazine, Anderson adds,...
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