Gallery Talk: African American Life and Family
by Curatorial Assistant Sabrina Hughes
Followed by members’ reception.
Sabrina Hughes is a key member of the Curatorial Department, assisting with nearly all exhibitions and curating a number of photography shows, including this new one. She has also curated Building the Panama Canal—Photographs by Ernest Hallen, Pleasure Grounds and Restoring Spaces—Photographs of our National Parks and Picturing a New Society: Photographs from the Soviet Union 1920s-1980s, which made the cover of Creative Loafing. She was the co-curator of Forever in a Moment: Nineteenth-Century Photographs of Egypt and Sitter and Subject in Nineteenth-Century Photography.
Ms. Hughes has special expertise in photography. She concentrated on the art form in her graduate program at the University of South Florida, Tampa, where she received her MA in art history, as well as her BA in humanities. She has taught courses in the history of photography, as well as many other subjects, at the Art Institute of Tampa and USF.