Talkback for February 27, 2022 – FSU and African-American Art Download

27:21 Download February 27th

Professor Dwight Smith (Art Professor at Fayetteville State University AND co-principal of Fayetteville’s Ellington-White Gallery, a black owned business on Gillespie Street in Fayetteville) 

Melvin Lewis, Emergency Services Director at Fayetteville State University and avid African-American humanities advocate. 

Melvin interviewed Professor Smith about the Fayetteville-Cumberland County Arts Council’s Black History Month Gallery art show.  The takeaway from the interview was African-American art is like all art – depicting our struggle to meet our hopes and dreams! 

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