at The University of Chicago

Kara Walker

Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage Through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored
January 12 – February 23, 1997



Kara Walker has been made possible through generous support from The Lannan Foundation and The Peter Norton Family Foundation whose Curator?s Grant will be applied to each of our exhibitions throughout the year. Additional support has been received from The CityArts Program of The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, a municipal agency; The Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; The Bohen Foundation; The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; The First National Bank of Chicago; LaSalle National Bank; Regents Park by The Clinton Company; American National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago; The Sara Lee Foundation, and our membership. Indirect support has been received from the Institute of Museum Services, a federal agency offering general operating support to the nation?s museums. The educational programs are beeing co-sponsored with the University of Chicago?s Center for the Study of Race Politics and Culture.

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