This untitled 1970s piece made of a ham can, wire, and metal fence scrap by Hawkins Bolden is one of 12 significant works of art by African-American artists to be displayed at the Ackland Art Museum at UNC-Chapel Hill.
This untitled 1970s piece made of a ham can, wire, and metal fence scrap by Hawkins Bolden is one of 12 significant works of art by African-American artists to be displayed at the Ackland Art Museum at UNC-Chapel Hill. UNC News Services
This untitled 1970s piece made of a ham can, wire, and metal fence scrap by Hawkins Bolden is one of 12 significant works of art by African-American artists to be displayed at the Ackland Art Museum at UNC-Chapel Hill. UNC News Services

UNC’s Ackland to join New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, others in showcasing African-American art

September 18, 2017 02:07 PM

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