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Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Exhibition At The Pensacola Museum Of Art

Feb 23, 2016 - Apr 09, 2016

A Retrospective Of The First Positive Black Animation Characters To Appear In Television History

Exhibition Results

People Saw This Exhibition


  • “Everyone Loved The Show”
  • “Fun Exhibition That Was Very Well Received”
  • “People Remembered Watching Cartoons, Loved Nostalgia Of Show”
  • “Exhibition Is Universal…Connected Everyone”
  • “Attracted Many First Time Visitors To The Museum, People Who Saw The Advertising / Outside Banners”
  • “People Responded Positively To Funky Disco Language And Vibe”
  • “Exhibition Was Perfectly Timed To Attract Spring Break Traffic”
  • “Exhibition Served As Great Backdrop For Museum Events”
  • “Visitors Thanked Staff For Bringing Diverse Exhibition, Representation Of 1970’s Era, Refreshing Exhibition To Museum”
  • “Interactive Exhibition Elements – Photo Booth, Flip Book Station – Were Huge Hits, Particularly With Kids / After School Programs”



  • Young Military Cadets / Military Families / Retired Military Personnel
  • Seniors
  • Families With Young Kids
  • Students / School Tours
  • Non Profit Groups / Girls And Boys Clubs
  • Intergenerational – Children, Parents, Grandparents

Exhibition Recap

Pensacola Museum Of Art Advertising / Promotion

Pensacola Media Coverage 

You can read the press release from the Pensacola Museum Of Art here:

The exhibition was covered by the following local media in Pensacola:

You can see all of the press and social media coverage received for the Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Exhibition while in Pensacola below:


Museum Partner

We would like to thank the Pensacola Museum Of Art in Pensacola, Fl. for hosting our Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution exhibition!

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  • Date: Feb 23, 2016 - Apr 09, 2016
  • Location:Pensacola Museum Of Art, Pensacola, Florida
  • Curators:Loreen Williamson