Sepia: a legacy in photography


Richland College, in cooperation with the African American Museum at Fair Park in Dallas, TX is proud to present the opening of the exhibition Sepia: A Legacy in Photography opening February 1 2016 in the Brazos Gallery. The exhibition will feature 50 rare photographs from the Sepia Magazine photographic archive. This is the first exhibition of its kind, curated by John Spriggins, gallery director for Richland College. The opening reception will be Monday Feb 1st at 5pm in Brazos Gallery, with a lecture on the history of Sepia Magazine by Dr. Mia L. Anderson, Assistant Prof. of Communications for the University of South Alabama, beginning at 7pm in Sabine Hall 118. The exhibition will be on display for Black History Month, February 1 through February 29. Gallery hours are M-F 10am to 4pm, or by appointment.