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THE FL3TCH3R EXHIBIT REECE MUSEUM

 
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Reece Museum

For more than 80 years the Reece Museum has told the many stories of Appalachia. Housing over 20,000 artifacts, the Reece collection captures the region's past as well as its contemporary art and culture.

As one of the first museums in Tennessee to be accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the Reece continues to meet AAM's high standards of excellence.  Currently, the Reece is one of only twleve museums in Tennessee to receive this accreditation.

Reece Museum
https://www.etsu.edu/cas/cass/reece/
East Tennessee State University 
Box 70660 
Johnson City, TN 37614 
(423) 439-4392 
(423) 439-4283 (fax)   

 
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ANITA DeANGELIS, AND STEVEN JACKSON AWARD
PROTECTION OF VOTINGRIGHTS - NEW
F3TCLH3R EXHIBIT VIDEO ART ARCHIVES
BLACK LIVES MATTER AWARD
THE ROBERT J. ALFONSO AWARD
JACK SCHRADER AWARD
DOROTHY CARSON AWARD
SAMMIE L. NICELY APPALACHIAN AWARD
AVERY HEALTHCARE & THE ARTS AWARD
FLETCHER H. DYER AWARD
NAPPE AWARD
 FL3TCH3R EXHIBIT COLLECTION
MICHAEL RAY CHARLES
MRC

Michael Ray Charles is a contemporary American painter. His work explores historic African American stereotypes from the Antebellum South, appropriating images from advertising and pop culture to expose the underlying racism prevalent in contemporary culture. Mr. Charles is the Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen Distinguished Professor of Painting since 2014 at the University of Houston’s School of Art.  In 2001, Charles was part of the first group of artists to participate in the PBS series titled Art21. He has exhibited internationally, notably in the Austin Museum of Art, the Knox Art Gallery, and The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Michael Ray Charles, Professor & Painter
Michael Ray Charles, Climbing the Ladder of Success, 1998
Michael Ray Charles (Forever Free) The Watermelon Party, 1996
Michael Ray Charles, (Forever Free) Strange Fruits, 2008


Michael Ray Charles (Liberty Brothers Permanent Daily Circus) The Family of Seals, 1996