Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Report by WALB Valdosta (walb.com) on the fight to preserve Southside Historic Buildings, with a focus on the historic Liberty Theater.
Article from the Valdosta Daily Times showcasing the Copeland Museum.
2 issues of the Spring 2021 issue of Blazer Business magazine. The cover of the magazine features Roy and Cheryl Copeland, and there is an article about the Copeland Museum beginning on pg. 26.
Coloring book featuring famous African American people featured in the Copeland Museum exhibits. the coloring book was designed by Art and Design students in Professor Evelyn Davis-Walker's graphic design courses in collaboration with the Copeland African American Museum. (2 copies).
Pamphlet from the National Museum of American Art. Features several paintings by African American artists along with bios of the atrists. 16 pages.
2 postcards of Dr. John Gorrie, an American inventor.
4 exhibition cards from the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, advertising an exhibition of 20th century African American Art. the Exhibition was held at Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA.
This collection contains items from events that were held at Valdosta State University. There is a wide range of genres represented from the history of Valdosta State, to visiting artists and exhbits. Included are the materials of exhibits such as the House in the Woods, Valdosta State's 100 year anniversary, and the history of integration at Valdosta State. Valdosta also had Maya Angelou, Jancie Daugharty, and the We the People exhibit as well as hosting theater conferences.