Tag Archives: Black Animation Art

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Firsts Exhibition

Black Character Revolution Firsts – An Exhibition Featuring A Timeline Of The First Appearances Of Positive Black Animation Characters In Television History

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Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Exhibition At The Schomburg

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Exhibition At The Schomburg

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution – Exhibition Results From The Schomburg Center For Research In Black Culture

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Collecting Muhammad Ali

Collecting Muhammad Ali

Presenting the Museum Of UnCut Funk Muhammad Ali collection.

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Black Sports Collection

Black Sports Collection

Our sports collection is definitely different than what most people would expect and unique compared to the rest of our museum collection categories in that it encompasses a broad range of items, including: animation, board games, lunch boxes, posters, art, coins, stamps and comic books, as well as a few traditional pieces of autographed sports memorabilia. But we like it because different is what we do…

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Oxymoronic Art – Animation Collection Review By Christopher P. Lehman

Oxymoronic Art – Animation Collection Review By Christopher P. Lehman

The Museum Of UnCut Funk has an impressive collection of oxymoronic art. Why oxymoronic? Animation is an art form with caricature as its foundation. However, nearly all of the cartoons represented in this collection, which feature African American and African caricatures, attempt to negotiate the entertainment value of the characters’ designs with accuracy in depicting African American performance.

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