Southern University’s Creative Arts Society heads to Houston

Southern University’s Creative Arts Society – a campus student art organization – will be in Houston Texas to view major works by prominent African-American artists and other important works of art.


The two major artists they will see are Henry O. Tanner and John Biggers, who are the most influential African-American artists of the 19th and 20th centuries, respectively.


SU’s Visual Arts Professor and Gallery Directory Robert Cox is heading the student group’s visit this week.

In the photo from left to right are: Olivia Morris, treasurer; Walter Bibbins, III; Jade Meyers, vice president; Bria Flowers; Jonathan Spland; Betty Wiles, president; and Brittney Fisher, secretary.

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