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The Kansas African American Museum endeavors to make the African American experience relevant and resonant to every Kansas.

 UNDEREXPOSED: Contemporary Black Women Photographers
Opening reception: September 15, 6 – 8 pm
Open to the public September 16 – December 30

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By Brigetta Young 08 Dec, 2016

Volunteer Call!!! 

A Tribute to Trailblazers Gala October 21, 2017 from 10am to 2pm or 4pm  to 9pm at the Hyatt Regency Wichita 

For more information Please contact: Brigetta Young brigetta.young@tkamuseum.org

The Kansas African American Museum

601 N. Water Wichita Ks 67203

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The Kansas African American Museum (TKAAM) received gift of 7 rare Gordon Parks Prints from the estate of the late Jo Zakas 
Jo Zakas  Jo Zakas, lifetime Wichita resident, entrepreneur, world traveler, artist and philanthropist has donated seven rare and  important Gordon Parks prints to the Kansas African American Museum (TKAAM).  Zakas, a lifetime friend of Marcia McCoy, purchased the prints to support McCoy's Gordon Parks projects. McCoy owns the largest body of Parks' last photographic works of art.  McCoy has focused on Parks lifetime, artistic achievements, and projects Parks and McCoy created together, just prior to his 2006 death.  In conversations prior to her unexpected death last year, Zakas and McCoy wanted to support TKAAM and its work promoting and preserving African American art, culture and history
The decision to donate the works had two goals: 1. Honor and preserve the legacy of Gordon Parks, particularly his artistic endeavors; and 2. Through tangible action, support TKAAM's educational legacy
                                                            Marcia McCoy

Gordon Parks and Marcia McCoy by Robert Hale

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