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THE SCHUMACHER GALLERY FEATURES DANNY LYON: MEMORIES OF THE SOUTHERN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
We are happy to announce the Lyon's exhibition is EXTENDED through April 27th! Hours are M-F 12:00-3:00; Sat 1:00-4:00 or by appointment, and admission is always free!
The Schumacher Gallery at Capital University will host an exhibition titled “Danny Lyon: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement” from January 18 to April 27.
Danny Lyon helped define a mode of photojournalism in which the photographer is deeply and personally embedded in the subject matter that they are capturing. Lyon began his photographic career in the early 1960s as the first staff photographer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), a national group of college students who joined after the first sit-in by four Black college students at a North Carolina lunch counter.
From 1963 to 1964, Lyon traveled the South and Mid-Atlantic regions documenting the Civil Rights movement. These images capture life as it was – from prohibiting Blacks from activities to requiring separate building entrances and water fountains to sit-ins and protests – and the reactions that resulted. These photographs were published in “The Movement,” a documentary book about the Southern Civil Rights Movement, and later in “Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement,” Lyon’s memoir of his years working for the SNCC.
The Gallery will also be hosting #ArtUnitesCbus photographers in conjunction with the Greater Columbus Arts Council. This exhibit highlights photos taken this past summer during the Black Lives Matter protests downtown. Artists included are: Brittoney Roane, Asia Glenn, Ngabo Mutenda, Jamie Ceasar, Kendel Boone, Rashunda Holloway, and Teri Dashfield. Also on display will be a selection of the downtown murals that were created during the protests.
The exhibit is free and open to the public. The Schumacher Gallery is located on the fourth floor of Capital University’s Blackmore Library, located in Bexley. Due to
changing regulations with COVID, we may have to change times that we are open. Please contact the Gallery to double check hours or to make an appointment.
For more information, please call 614-236-6319, email at email@example.com, or visit the website at schumachergallery.org.
Admission is free.
The Schumacher Gallery will be open Monday - Friday, 12 - 3 pm and Saturday, 1 - 4 pm during the academic year. We are closed during the summer and on university holidays.
The Gallery is located on the fourth floor of The Blackmore Library at Capital University.
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