8/26: Xavier Payne’s “Don’t Tread On Me!” Exhibit

Xavier Payne‘s Don’t Tread On Me! exhibit sets out to examine the cultural and socioeconomic climate within Nashville’s African American community. With his work, Payne aims to celebrate black excellence and raise awareness of the socioeconomic realities black Nashvillians face as the city rapidly changes.

For more information about the show, click here.

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