Tiffany Johnson Cade is figurative painter and graphic designer currently residing in St. Louis Missouri. Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of Missouri- St. Louis as well as an Associates degree in Graphic Design.
Culture and Resistance:
Civil Rights Photography,
Memphis 1968, Coming Nov. 15 - Jan 11
Curated and Organized by Leila I. Hamdan
William Leaptrott (February 1968)
This exhibition features a collection of photographs taken during the 1968 sanitation strike in Memphis. Ms. Hamdan examines the images for visual representations of culture and resistance and offers an alternative narrative to dominate historical accounts.
Making Greeting Cards
Will present exhibitions, performances, dialogue and art talks through out the summers here at Caritas Village. Centro Cultural Latino de Memphis celebrates and promotes awareness of the Latino cultural richness and diversity, interpreted through the Arts.
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