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A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art opening postponed

Slated to open April 5, this event was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From monumental headdresses of elderly mothers to sculptures that represent mythic female ancestors, this exhibition brings together nearly 40 objects from public and private collections to demonstrate how artists have represented the power of African mothers and used maternal imagery to […]

Homewood hosts Linnea Grimm & Interpreting Slavery at Monticello on Monday Feb 10, 10 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Homewood Museum hosts Linnea Grimm, Director of Education and Visitor Programs at Thomas Jefferson’ Monticello. She will speak about how historic Monticello expanded tours to include historical representations of enslaved communities and interpret the difficult history of Sally Hemmings’ life with Thomas Jefferson. Free for all. Space is limited; please register at eventbrite.