We are busy getting our traveling exhibitions booked in museums around the country. There are more exhibitions to come, so stay tuned! We have passed a major milestone…drumroll from the funky drummer please…we have passed the quarter of a million mark…284,976 people have seen one of our funky Black history traveling exhibitions to date!!!
Back in the day…before we were The Museum of UnCut Funk, we were Eclectic Connection Fine Art Gallery. We sold African Art, Animation Art, Black Fine Art, Contemporary Fine Art and provided archival custom framing. We dabbled in art auctions and did a lot of on site art consultation with our private and corporate clients. Clearly, we love art and culture. Now we have taken this passion to a different place and a different level! Right On!!!
Who Is The HCIC? (Head Curator In Charge)
That would be me, “Sista ToFunky”.
I am a starchild of the 1970’s. I love everything about this decade, the films, tv shows, music, fashion and of course the baaad attitude.
The 1970’s was the coolest, funkiest decade EVER!
It was a time of pure funk, soul and the ultimate in cool, baby. Stylin’ and profilin’ in funky threads. The big ‘fro with the pick in it or the tight cornrows. Drivin’ the fly caddy or the deuce-and-a-quarter. Talkin’ jive and stickin’ it to the man by any means necessary. Movin’, groovin’ with serious bad ass ‘tude. Superfly. Superbad. Right On!