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Black Doll Exhibit: Recognizing Royalty

The fifth annual Black Doll Exhibit will be presented at the Downtown Central Library, 1 Lafayette Square, from Thursday, February 1 to Tuesday, April 9. Each year, doll collector and expert Lisa Jacobs-Watson curates a collection of dolls to express themes of perseverance, empowerment, pride, and creativity.

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The fifth annual Black Doll Exhibit will be presented at the Downtown Central Library, 1 Lafayette Square, from Thursday, February 1 to Tuesday, April 9. Each year, doll collector and expert Lisa Jacobs-Watson curates a collection of dolls to express themes of perseverance, empowerment, pride, and creativity. This year’s theme is “Recognizing Royalty.”  Over twenty Black and Brown dolls selected for the display will be dressed to symbolize individualism and acceptance. This is an all ages display.

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Location:

1 Lafayette Square
Buffalo, NY, 14203
United States

Phone:

858-8900
Contact name: 
Joy Testa Cinquino
Email address: 
Dates: 
02/22/2024
02/23/2024
02/24/2024
Time: 
8:00AM
Price: 
FREE

Ages

0-15 months 15 months - 2 years 2-3 years 4-5 years 6-8 years 9-12 years Teenagers All Ages Adults & kids together Adults without kids