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Leslie Umberger on Between Worlds: The Art of Bill Traylor

Bill Traylor was born into an enslaved family in rural Alabama around 1853. Although slavery ended when Traylor was about twelve, things in Alabama didn't change dramatically or... Read more

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Art Bites: Teresita Fernández's "Nocturnal (Horizon Line)"

Art Bites is a new series on Eye Level based on lunchtime talks at the museum. They feature the voices of SAAM's research fellows who share their discoveries about artworks from th... Read more

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