Jim Alexander, "S.O.S."
Dennis Morton, "State Murder"
Sheila Pree Bright, "#1960Now, Alliance for Black Lives Protest 2020"

Signs of the Times: Documenting the Power of the People, 1960 – Today


Featuring work by: Jim Alexander, Davion Alston, Sheila Pree Bright, Dennis Morton, Lynsey Weatherspoon

With ages spanning five decades, five photographers - Jim Alexander, Davion Alston, Sheila Pree Bright, Dennis Morton and Lynsey Weatherspoon - have photographed activist marches and civil rights protests over the years. This photography exhibition in our Jack Sinclair Gallery will feature their powerful images of protesters, and focus particularly on their signs and banners. Formats will include both color/B&W photographs and video.

Fundamental to the ArtsXchange's mission is a commitment to be multicultural, multi-disciplinary and inter-generational. The ArtsXchange is a nonprofit organization dedicated to utilizing the arts as a means by which all cultures can come to a truer understanding of themselves and others through shared innovative arts experiences and educational opportunities.

The ArtsXchange is located at 2148 Newnan St, East Point Georgia. 404-624-4211

Online: Panel Discussion Oct 17 2:00PM - 3:30PM

A virtual interchange/conversation among the five photographers, who are of various ages but each committed to this work. Join us to explore their different perspectives. Listen in as they (and we) share their experiences and ideas about racial and social justice activism as well as the role of the documentary photographer. Free Zoom event, registration required.

In-Person: Exhibition Sep 15 - Oct 31


2148 Newnan Street
East Point, GA 30344
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