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Artist V.L. Cox says her work “took a drastic change” in 2015, when she realized it could be a voice “for the most vulnerable in our society.” “A Murder of Crows: The End Hate Collection” is on show through the end of April at the Fayetteville Underground.
Friday, April 21, 2017
V.L. Cox remembers a birthday party in 1969 in her hometown of Arkadelphia. She was barely in school, but she learned that summer what racial prejudice meant.
‘A Murder of Crows:
The End Hate Collection’
WHEN — Through the end of April
WHERE — The Fayetteville Underground, on the southwest corner of the Fayetteville square
COST — Free
INFO — 871-2722
BONUS — An artist talk on “Art and Social Justice” with V.L. Cox & UA associate professor Angie Maxwell is set for 2 p.m. Sunday.
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