11-23, DISTINGUISHED SEATTLE ARTIST INYE WOKOMA UNVEILS TRAVELING PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION AT AAHM&CC’s 35TH ANNIVERSARY FOUNDERS DAY EVENT

On November 23rd, 2020, distinguished local artist Inye Wokoma, who has been a consistent participant in the African American Heritage Museum & Cultural Center since its 1985 founding, unveiled this traveling photography exhibit at the AAHM&CC, as part of our 35th Anniversary Founder’s Day Celebration.

(Viewers will notice that one of the display frame holding two of this exhibition’s photographs is partially shattered at the time this slideshow was compiled. We want you to know this is due to the fact that, between the unveiling and the time of this slideshow compilation, the display case containing those two photographs was intentionally knocked over and vandalized by a violent stooge under the control and influence of the Urban League Village LLC. Such is the nature of curating a museum under conditions of struggle.)

Also featured, alongside of Inye Wokoma’s photo exhibition, were two paintings by AAHM&CC Co-founding artist-in-residence Earl Debnam:

-two paintings by Earl Debnam