IAC22 PP - The Impact of 18th and 19th Century African American Decorative Arts

Session Description

Many African American craftsmen such as cabinetmaker and freedman, Thomas Day, created their work in the field of decorative arts using period styles and intertwining rhythmic themes and motifs. Centuries later, many of these artisans tell their stories of overcoming anonymity are being revealed and their works prized by collectors and museums.


Paul K. Baker, Ph.D.
Director of the University Galleries & Professor of History - North Carolina A & T State University

Continuing Education

Review of this session recording will award 1.2 CE hours. 

CPE credit is not awarded for this pre-recorded offering. 


Session Recording
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Course Certificate
1.20 CE credits  |  Certificate available
1.20 CE credits  |  Certificate available Open certificate for the option to print.