DISCLAIMER: I'm the marketing director for the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (http://thewright.org) in Detroit, MI which is hosting this fabulous exhibit, but I'm writing as Dkos user #30,977 (I signed up the morning after Bush won reelection in 2004... talk about a political hangover). I'm a daily reader, but, admittedly, not much of a diary writer. But this was worth me raising my hand to (hopefully) get called on in Daily Kos class:
It's about this very cool art exhibition that just opened at The Wright Museum: Visions of Our 44th President.
From the museum's website (http://thewright.org/...):
A new exhibition will prove that it’s possible to see one man forty-four different ways.
Visions of Our 44th President, a groundbreaking, collective art exhibit, was created to honor and celebrate the significance of the first African American President of the United States, Barack Obama. Forty-four busts were created from a model that served as a blank canvas, giving each of forty-four contemporary artists from across the country free reign to creatively interpret this milestone in American history.
Follow me below for a few images:
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