The Saint Louis Art Museum Romare Bearden Graduate Minority Museum Fellowship


The Saint Louis Art Museum Romare Bearden Graduate Minority Museum Fellowship

The Fellowship, named for African American artist Romare Bearden, was established with a gift from donors to The Saint Louis Art Museum. Since the program's inception, Bearden Fellows have spent their year at the The Saint Louis Art Museum teaching, doing research, delivering talks, and writing gallery materials. Several Fellows curated exhibitions and assisted with the reinstallation of collections. Above all, the Fellows have represented the Museum at events throughout the St. Louis community.

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Started by joseph Mustapha Dec 28, 2012. 0 Replies

He took collage to another level. Has anyone studied the symbolisms used in his art?Continue


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