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NOIR: A Juneteenth Exhibition

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The Illinois State Museum presents the exhibition NOIR in collaboration with Springfield’s Juneteenth, Inc. and guest curators, Michelle “Micki” Smith and Korbin “KAS” King. The exhibition features 33 works of art by 20 artists of color celebrating Black lives, past, present, and future. A panel on the history of Juneteenth accompanies the exhibition.

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