ATLANTA — Hammonds House Museum is kicking off Black History Month with an internationally-acclaimed artist who is also a local teacher.
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The museum is celebrating 35 years of presenting nationally and internationally acclaimed artists from the African Diaspora.
Tokie Rome-Taylor teaches art at South Atlanta High School. She also attended Atlanta Public Schools.
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Rome-Taylor says her exhibit of large-scale portraits of children--including her own, explores how memory affects history, real and imagined.
Rome-Taylor’s exhibition is titled, ‘Insight: Body as artifact, archive and memory’ and will run through April 2.
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