Sistagraphy Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Exhibition at Auburn Avenue Research Library

Happy 25th Anniversary to Sistagraphy “The Collective of African-American Photographers”

Over 40 images from this group are currently on display at the Auburn Avenue Research Library (free and open to the public). This 25th Year celebration began in July 2018 and has public programming scheduled through to October 2018. Please note the exhibition @aarl_atl will be up through to September 23, 2018

Image 1: Photographer Sharon B. Dowell discusses her work during Sept 1, 2018 artist talk.

Image 2: “10 minutes after I cried…Oh! Sheila” by Stefaniyemiya Ingram-Hazell.

Image 3: Video of “Living Waters” by Grace Kisa.

Image 4: “Legendary Warrior” by Cynthia McCoy.

Image 5: “Sheroes- Betty Shabazz, Coretta Scott King, Myrlie Evers Williams” by Susan Ross.

Image 6: “Civil Rights OG” by Ronya Hull Barksdale.

Image 7: Sistagraphy Exhibition banner

Atlanta’s APEX Museum – 40 Years and Still Going Strong

2018 marks the 40th Year Anniversary of Atlanta’s APEX (African-American Panoramic Experience) Museum

In early January, Daniel Moore, Sr. spent time sharing the experience he has had operating the APEX Museum since 1978.

Soundcloud Interview Highlights Include:

  • Why he founded the APEX Museum
  • How he has been able to sustain a career operating the APEX Museum
  • The types of exhibits the museum rotates
  • The social impact the museum has had on the local and African American community as a whole