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!
- The Chronology Of Black Characters In Comics Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
- The Selling The Image Of Native Americans Exhibition. Exploitation for profit.
- The Action Super Heroes, Heroines, Rappers, Athletes, Political Icons and More. So many collectibles, so little time.
- The When We Were Colored Exhibition. Vintage Black Glamour.
- The Your History Cartoon Feature Exhibition. A historical collaboration in illustrated form.
- We remember Morrie Turner. Honoring a legend.
- The Fred Williamson Movie Poster Exhibition. A retrospective of Fred Williamson’s Movie Posters from our collection.
- The Jim Brown International Movie Poster Exhibition. A retrospective of Jim Brown’s International Movie Posters from our collection.
- The Black Sheet Music Exhibition, our musical cakewalk into our racism filled past.
- The Friday Foster Chronicles. Our comic journey with Friday Foster, a forgotten soul sister who was the second Black female character to have her own comic strip.
- The John Shearer Exhibition of black and white photography captures several key historical events from the 1970’s.
- The Veterans Comic Book Exhibition. Our tribute to Black Vets through comic book art.
- The Say It Loud! Exhibition addresses the social and political gains Blacks achieved during the 1970‘s, after enduring the marches, riots and sit-ins of the 1960’s.
- The Black Biker Exhibition provides a taste of the rich history of Black bikers and Black motorcycle clubs.
- That’s Some Funny Shit! – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5, givin’ the funny to you in parts just like James used to do.
- The Sidney Poitier International Movie Poster Exhibition takes a look at his films and the poster art.
- We pay homage to William Marshall, the ultimate vampire.
- We revisit the funky old turned new hair style called the Afro in The ‘Fro Back Exhibition.
- The Censored Eleven – Banned Cartoons looks at the way Blacks used to be depicted in cartoons, first shown in theaters and then on television between 1900 and 1960.
- If you love Blaxploitation then check out our UnCut Funk Blaxploitation Movie Poster Exhibition.
- We shine the spotlight on Jim Kelly.
- For those who collect dolls check out our Black Barbie Exhibition.
Google Cultural Institute Partnership
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://reeniedstage.wpengine.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:
Funky Turns 40: Black Comic Revolution:
Funky Turns 40: Black Film Revolution:
For The Love Of Money: Blacks On U.S. Currency:
Soulful Delivery: Blacks On U.S. Postage Stamps:
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