Online Exhibitions

Free Your Mind

You know the rest…Check out our mind expanding online exhibitions and feed that maggot brain of yours, right here, at The Museum Of UnCut Funk!

New Online Exhibitions

We have added five new funky virtual exhibitions: Selling The Image Of Native AmericansAction Super Heroes, Heroines, Rappers, Athletes, Political Icons and MoreWhen We Were ColoredYour History Cartoon Feature and Morrie Turner.

Selling The Image Of Native Americans 

Exploitation For Profit.

Action Super Heroes, Heroines, Rappers, Athletes, Political Icons and More Exhibition

 So Many Collectibles, So Little Time And Money!

When We Were Colored Exhibition

 Vintage Black Glamour.

Your History Cartoon Feature Exhibition

 A Historical Collaboration In Illustrated Form.

The Morrie Turner Exhibition

Honoring A Legend.

Previous Online Exhibitions

Google Cultural Institute Partnership

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We are very excited and very honored to announce that we have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring our Funky collection to people all over the world!!! Over 240 items from our collection are featured in five online exhibitions as a part of the Google Art Project #BlackHistoryMonth project. We will continue to add more items to these exhibitions over time.

You can read more about our partnership here – http://museumofuncutfunk.com/2016/01/31/museum-of-uncut-funk-partners-with-the-google-cultural-institute/

You can see our funky online exhibitions here:

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution:

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/u/0/exhibit/funky-turns-40-black-character-revolution/ywLydcVbL4KfKw?projectId=black-history-and-culture

Funky Turns 40: Black Comic Revolution:

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/u/0/exhibit/funky-turns-40-black-comic-revolution/OAICJjXc0JdiLg?projectId=black-history-and-culture

Funky Turns 40: Black Film Revolution:

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/u/0/exhibit/funky-turns-40-black-film-revolution/TwICKsCzBns9Lg?projectId=black-history-and-culture

For The Love Of Money: Blacks On U.S. Currency:

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/u/0/exhibit/for-the-love-of-money-blacks-on-u-s-currency/iALyPCxJcXVkKg?projectId=black-history-and-culture

Soulful Delivery: Blacks On U.S. Postage Stamps:

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/u/0/exhibit/soulful-delivery-blacks-on-u-s-postage-stamps/PQLy4m_3S7G5Jg?projectId=black-history-and-culture

Right On!

Sista ToFunky
Curator
The Museum of UnCut Funk

A Chronology of Black Characters In Comics Pt. 1

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Today, many black heroes grace the pages of comics, and some are now making it to the silver screen. But it’s been a long road filled with very small steps and long periods of no movement at all.  Here is a chance to see how black comic book characters appeared in comics from the earliest “Pioneer era” through the Golden Age,  Atomic Age, Bronze Age, the Modern Age, to the present day.  These historical treasures depict black characters from the 1800s to today, spanning virtually the entire history of American comic books.

The Chronological History of Black Characters is a collaboration between the Museum Of UnCut Funk and a private collector on the west coast.

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A Chronology of Black Characters In Comics Pt. 2

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Today, many black heroes grace the pages of comics, and some are now making it to the silver screen. But it’s been a long road filled with very small steps and long periods of no movement at all.  Here is a chance to see how black comic book characters appeared in comics from the earliest “Pioneer era” through the Golden Age,  Atomic Age, Bronze Age, the Modern Age, to the present day.  These historical treasures depict black characters from the 1800s to today, spanning virtually the entire history of American comic books.

The Chronological History of Black Characters is a collaboration between the Museum Of UnCut Funk and a private collector on the west coast.

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A Chronology of Black Characters In Comics Pt. 3

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Today, many black heroes grace the pages of comics, and some are now making it to the silver screen. But it’s been a long road filled with very small steps and long periods of no movement at all.  Here is a chance to see how black comic book characters appeared in comics from the earliest “Pioneer era” through the Golden Age,  Atomic Age, Bronze Age, the Modern Age, to the present day.  These historical treasures depict black characters from the 1800s to today, spanning virtually the entire history of American comic books.

The Chronological History of Black Characters is a collaboration between the Museum Of UnCut Funk and a private collector on the west coast.

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The Fred Williamson Movie Poster Exhibition

Fred Williamson Movie Poster Exhibition

Fred Williamson Movie Poster Exhibition

Honoring The Hammer.

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The Jim Brown International Movie Poster Exhibition

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Jim Brown International Movie Poster Exhibition

Paying Homage To A Legend.

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The Black Sheet Music Exhibition

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Taking A Musical Cakewalk Through Our Racism Filled Past.

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The John Shearer Photography Exhibition

John Shearer is a true renaissance man, fashioned in the mold of Gordon Parks.

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Say It Loud! Exhibition

 

You’ve Been Warned.
Say It Loud!
Black Power or Black Nationalism?

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Black Biker Exhibition

 

Betcha You Thought You Knew!!!
Black Bikers Rock!!!

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