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Sept 3, 1838 Frederick Douglass Ran for Freedom

The latest work in the series on Frederick Douglass

opens September 3, 2017

at the American Labor Museum.

It opens on the day 179 years ago,

in which Douglass succesfully ran for freedom.

Mt. St. Joseph Univ. Fine Arts Students & Other Distinguished Guests

Today on the last day of the exhibition,  Mt. St. Joseph University
Fine Arts Chair Loyola Walter brought fine art students to the
University of Louisville Belknap and Cressman Galleries.
Mark gave gallery talks to a captive audience as he spoke passionately
about the life of freedom seekers.
2015-02-28 01.21.34Priest gives lecture to an attentive group which  includes Mt.St. Joseph University  Fine Arts Chair & U of L Dean of Arts and Sciences
2015-02-28 01.20.06

Artists Mary Newton and Guenivere Smith pose with Priest

 

 

Mark Priest explaining Douglass' occupation as a Ship Caulker to exhibition visitors

Visitors Cheri Bryant Hamilton and Mt. St. Joseph University art student listen as Priest explains Douglass’ occupation as a Ship Caulker

 

 

 

Christina Clifford Collegiate Art teacher & Mark Priest at the Cressman

Christina Clifford Collegiate Art teacher & Mark Priest at the Cressman