Dallas’ African American Museum hosts 33rd annual fundraising gala


The May 5 gala’s theme was the Harlem Renaissance. (Photo by Tarin Harris for Steed Media Service)

Art lovers in Dallas put on their best cabaret-inspired outfits for the African American Museum’s 33rd annual fundraising gala and auction. The May 5 gala’s theme was the Harlem Renaissance.

The annual affair helps generate critical resources to support museum operations, its key programs and various art exhibitions, including: The Souls of Black Folks; Facing the Rising Sun: The Freedman’s Cemetery; The Levenson Collection of Jazz; Monticello: The Legacy of Slavery, and Tina Williams Brewer-Rising from the Thicket: A Retrospective.

The event also supports the museum’s enriching and educational Science of Art STEAM summer camp — serving disadvantaged youth from the southern and…

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