April 8 - September 17
Wed, Fri - Sun 11 - 5, Thurs. 11 - 7
The exhibition hosts a collection of painted woodcarvings and linoleum block prints from numerous children’s books illustrated by Minter. It explores Minter’s process, which begins with meticulously carving images into wooden blocks and concludes with colorful reproductions of the image. *Daniel Minter:Carvings* uses cultural iconography to represent the rich and complex heritage of the Black American South,
which he connects to broader rituals and traditions present within the African Diaspora.
Northwest African American Museum
2300 S. Massachusetts St.
Seattle, WA 98144