The Crocker Art Museum hosted a Black History Month Festival on February 16th. The event spanned three floors of the museum and featured a range of dancers and performers, vendors, chefs, and artists. At the center of the festival was Akinsanya Kambon, a former Black Panther, Vietnam Veteran, art professor, and multimedia artist. Kambon’s exhibition American Expression / African Roots, featuring his distinctive Western-Style Raku sculptures, will be on display at the museum until July 5th, 2020.
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