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Defining Significance header and buttons – Portrait of Halima Taha photo by Sean Cokes seancokes.com
About Halima Taha – Photo of Halima Taha by Bert Bevans (with sculpture by Tchabala Self)
Art – What is important? – Aida Muluneh, Captive Conscience: Part 2 2017
Social Justice And Art – Installation view of Terry Adkins: Resounding
Creating and Preserving Your Collection -Sam Gilliam, Blue 96″ Disc 2020
On Collecting – Norman Lewis, Untitled 1966
Service Menu Button – Ismail Zaidy, Title Unknown
Speaking Info Page – CKK Jordanki Concert Hall 2015