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This documentary interviews creators and supporters of murals and public art in Washington, DC's Latin America communities. Interviewees explain the importance of public art including its ability to document the past, preserve culture, and create a…

Boyd, a self-described Zora-phile, discusses how she came to write what is now considered the definitive biography of Zora Neale Hurston, "Wrapped in Rainbows." In this open discussion, we learn about the events leading up to her discovery and…

In 1993, the Phillips Collection created an educational program based on the Great Migration series of paintings by artist Jacob Lawrence. The program, funded in part by the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, produced this documentary film…
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