Dr. J. Eugene Grigsby Jr. Exhibit: Opening Reception
You’re invited to celebrate the opening of “Black History at ASU: The Legacy of Dr. J. Eugene Grigsby Jr.” a new exhibit at ASU’s Hayden Library on the Tempe campus.
ASU Library’s Black Collections is honored to present a new exhibit featuring renowned artist, educator and community activist Dr. J. Eugene Grigsby Jr. (1918-2013) and his impact on Arizona’s Black art scene.
The exhibit features engaging works of art by local Black artists who were mentored by Grigsby or worked with him, including Clottee Hammons, Leonard Wilson, Dee Dee Woods and Roosevelt “Rip” Woods.
“Black History at ASU: The Legacy of Dr. J. Eugene Grigsby Jr.” is on display at Hayden Library on the ASU Tempe campus until June 30, 2023.
Please register for this special event.
For questions, contact Jessica Salow, Assistant Archivist of Black Collections at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For parking, the Apache Boulevard and the Fulton Center structures are recommended.