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Activism and artistic practice intersect in Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties, a presentation of 103 works by 66 artists that is among the few exhibitions to explore how painting, sculpture, graphics, and photography not only responded to the political and social turmoil of the era but also helped to influence its direction.
Cliff Frazier is a Renaissance Man - a successful humanitarian, executive, educator, lecturer, writer, television & motion picture producer, director, actor, and social activist. His impact is felt locally, nationally and internationally.
Dr. Ademola Olugebefola is a renowned contemporary artist whose work has set standards of innovative excellence. Widely collected and published in hundreds of books, catalogs, magazines and newspapers, his work has also been featured in major museums, universities, galleries and on television in the USA, the Caribbean, Africa, Europe and Japan.
The Dwyer has something new: Music Mondays @ the Dwyer takes place every 2ndand 4th Monday of the month, with trombonist and composer Craig Harris leading a stellar ensemble of nine musicians playing his original compositions.