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Community Folk Art Center in Syracuse, NY. CFAC values its role as a vibrant cultural and artistic hub committed to the promotion and development of artists of the African Diaspora.

Community Folk Art Center in Syracuse, NY. CFAC values its role as a vibrant cultural and artistic hub committed to the promotion and development of artists of the African Diaspora.

Community Folk Art Center: Community Folk Art Center, Incorporated (CFAC) was founded in 1972 by the late Herbert T. Williams, a professor in the African American Studies Department, in collaboration with other Syracuse University faculty and students, as well as local artists and Syracuse city residents. #BlackMuseums

Community Folk Art Center: Community Folk Art Center, Incorporated (CFAC) was founded in 1972 by the late Herbert T. Williams, a professor in the African American Studies Department, in collaboration with other Syracuse University faculty and students, as well as local artists and Syracuse city residents. #BlackMuseums

The Art of Re-Memory: Alumni Artists 1965 – 2014 - Community Folk Art Center | Curator Dr. Redell Hearn has subject and professional content expertise in museology and over twenty years of experience in the museum field. She is the Founding Director of the first and only graduate-level museum studies program in the State of Louisiana and current faculty in the MA Museum Studies Program for Johns Hopkins University.

The Art of Re-Memory: Alumni Artists 1965 – 2014 - Community Folk Art Center | Curator Dr. Redell Hearn has subject and professional content expertise in museology and over twenty years of experience in the museum field. She is the Founding Director of the first and only graduate-level museum studies program in the State of Louisiana and current faculty in the MA Museum Studies Program for Johns Hopkins University.

Artists include:  Regina Agu, Ashley Hunt, Sharon Kopriva, Patrick McFarlin, Robert McKnight, Carrie Schneider and Charles Washington.   Communograph, is a multi-platform art project, created in response to PRH's interest in creating a map of the Third Ward neighborhood.    Read more: http://projectrowhouses.org/public-art/artist-rounds/round-35/

Artists include: Regina Agu, Ashley Hunt, Sharon Kopriva, Patrick McFarlin, Robert McKnight, Carrie Schneider and Charles Washington. Communograph, is a multi-platform art project, created in response to PRH's interest in creating a map of the Third Ward neighborhood. Read more: http://projectrowhouses.org/public-art/artist-rounds/round-35/

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