Good Trouble: Civil Rights Past and Present: Exhibition Recap

Through March 26, 2021, Kentuck's Museum Gallery, Teer Gallery, and SoNo Gallery will be filled with the works of 9 Black Alabama artists. Titled after a quotation from Congressman John Lewis, Good Trouble: Civil Rights Past and Present aims to highlight Black voices, to provide a space of these artists' works to continue the conversation about the Civil Rights Movement past and present, and to inspire empathy and the desire for change through the visual storytelling of these artists.

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Tony Bingham

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Lynthia Edwards

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Darius Hill

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The Quilters of Gee's Bend

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John "Jahni" Moore

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Ruth Robinson

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Tomika Robinson

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Sir Chris Da R Tist

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Yvonne Wells

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Bernard Wright

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Bernice Sims

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Good Trouble: Civil Rights Past and Present is on view in Kentuck's Museum, SoNo, and Teer Galleries until March 26, 2021. We encourage you to stop by and experience this work in-person! Stay tuned for more virtual content, including artist talks, blog posts, virtual exhibition walk through, and more!

If you are interested in purchasing a piece from the exhibition, please email our Gallery Shop Manager Mary Bell at for more details.

Kentuck's exhibitions are sponsored in part by the Alabama State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment of the Arts, and the Alabama Humanities Alliance.

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