704 S. 2nd St. Minneapolis
This exhibit showcases the social history of three Black Minnesotans who impacted the architecture and design of the Twin Cities. By exploring the works of Clarence “Cap” W. Wigington, Casiville Bullard, and William Hazel, exhibit organizers, the African American Interpretive Center of Minnesota, hope to shed new light on familiar buildings and offer insight fresh into the struggles of Black professionals in 19th and 20th century Minnesota.
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The exhibit is located in the Mill City Museum’s central Mill Commons and is free and open to the public during regular museum hours Aug. 8-Oct. 27, 2019.