Join us at the Museum on Monday, the 22nd for a gallery talk by photographer Jim Alexander. Alexander is an award-winning documentary photographer whose career spans more than 50 years. He has had over 60 solo exhibitions, and taught photography at half a dozen colleges, including Yale University.
He was photographer in residence at Atlanta’s Neighborhood Arts Center for four years, and spent five years as photographer in residence at Clark-Atlanta University.
In 1995 Alexander was chosen to inaugurate the city of Atlanta’s “Master Artist” program, and he was inducted into the HistoryMakers video oral history collection in 2006. At this special event, Alexander will share stories about his life and his work photographing the people and the happenings that have guided the course of African American history and the struggle for human rights from the 1960s through the present day.
Free for Museum Members and Middle Georgia State University Students
$5.00 General Admission