Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution – Exhibition Results From The August Wilson Center For African American Culture.
The Museum Of UnCut Funk spoke with Tammy LaGorce, a writer for the New York Times, about Black people on money and other funky thangs!
THE PITTSBURGH CULTURAL TRUST ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF FUNKY TURNS 40: BLACK CHARACTER REVOLUTION, ROBERT HODGE—FOR THE CULTURE, WITH PUBLIC MURAL BY TARISH PIPKINS
AT THE AUGUST WILSON CENTER | PITTSBURGH’S CULTURAL DISTRICT
For The Love Of Money: Blacks On U.S. Currency Exhibition At The Museum Of American Finance – Press Conference – February 22, 2016
Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution – Exhibition Results From The Pensacola Museum Of Art.
Pamela Thomas is the Co-Owner and Co-Curator of the Museum Of UnCut Funk (museumofuncutfunk.com), an avid collector of Black memorabilia and an expert on 1970’s Black culture.
Pamela Thomas remembers the moment when she realized her hobby was a little different from knitting. It was when she found herself trying to get to the post office before it closed, so she could send off more than $2,000 in money orders to fund her “addiction.”
Forty years ago this February, President Gerald Ford, was the first to recognize “Black History Month.” This period of acknowledgement evolved from “Negro History Week,” that was created by historian Carter G. Woodson, and other prominent African-Americans. This installment of the FUNKALICIOUS blog, is a retrospective of some American and Internatinal “Black” History accomplishments and occurrences, throughout 2015…
Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution – Exhibition Results From Reading Public Museum.
Hey Hey Hey! New Animation-Inspired Exhibit, Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Firsts Panel Exhibition to Open at The Bessie Smith Cultural Center
Black Character Revolution Firsts – An Exhibition Featuring A Timeline Of The First Appearances Of Positive Black Animation Characters In Television History