Digital file used to produce exhibition panels.
These narratives were compiled from local and life events as found in the historical record. The goal is to give viewers an opportunity to sympathize with the life experiences of people who lived during this historical time. The orange panel, right, discusses one of the harshest aspects of the slave system and reveals one of the research’s discoveries, that the descendants of these formerly enslaved persons share DNA with their former enslavers. Large panel size 22x46in. Small panel 15x16.25in.
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The MFA Thesis Exhibition was held in the Hammond Hall Art Gallery.