General. The exhibitions of Jerry Taliaferro have been touring continuously since 2002. The exhibitions are designed to tell stories in a visually exciting way. Currently three projects are touring; WOMEN OF A NEW TRIBE which premiered in June 2002, THE TEST, THE TUSKEGEE PROJECT which premiered in December 2009 and SONS, SEEING THE MODERN AFRICAN AMERICAN MALE which in February 2016.


Since its premier in Charlotte, NC in June 2002,the WOMEN OF A NEW TRIBE exhibition has been traveling always continuously. In every venue the project has been enthusiastically received by the media and the public. Many venues have reported increased attendance and media attention particularly in those venues where images of women from the hosting communities are included in the exhibition. In February 2010, the exhibition made its European premiere when the United States Embassy in Slovakia opened the exhibition in Bratislava. Again the exhibition opened in Europe in February 2011 at the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum in Bucharest, Romania.


African American Cultural Center, Charlotte, NC, June 2002

Bertha M. Roddey Center For Art, Research and Education,Catawba SC, October 2002

Hayti Cultural Center Durham, NC, October 2003

The Literacy Imperative Knoxville, TN, February 2004

YMI Cultural Center, Asheville, NC August 2004

Afro-American Cultural Center, Charlotte, NC, February 2005

African American Cultural Center, Pittsburgh, PA, September 2005

The Nashville Tribune, Nashville, TN, March 2006

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham, AL, September 2007

Yale, New Haven, CT, February 2008

Smith Robertson Museum And Cultural Center, Jackson, MS, May 2008

Knoxville Museum Of Art, Knoxville,TN, June 2008

Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, MO, July 2008

Charles H. Wright Museum Of African American History, Detroit, MI, September 2008

The Harrison Museum Of African American Cultural, Roanoke, VA, April 2009

United States Embassy, Slovakia, February 2010

Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center, Newport News, VA, February 2010

Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA January 2011

Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland, OH, February 2011

United States Embassy, Bucharest, Romania, March 2011

University Of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, March 2012

Miami International Airport, Miami, FL, August 2012

Dunbar Carver Museum, Brownsville, TN, April 2013

Prairie View A & M University, Prairie View, TX, October 2013

Toledo-Lucas Public Library, Toledo, OH, Feb 2014

The New Orleans Public Library, New Orleans, LA, June 2014

The Maria V. Howard Arts Center, Rocky Mount, NC, September 2014

The African American Museum Of Nassau County, Hempstead, NY, March 2015

The Indianapolis Public Library, Indianapolis, IN, August 2015

Black Affairs Advisory Board, Miami, FL, February 2016

Flint Institute Of Arts, Flint, MI, January 2017



The Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, MO, December 2009

Frontiers Of Flight Museum, Dallas, TX, August 2010

Campbell County Libraries, Rustburg, VA, February 2010

Frontiers Of Flight Museum, Dallas, TX, August 2010

Charles H. Wright Museum Of African American History, Detroit, MI, November 2010 THE AIR ZOO, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2011

Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, CO, October 2011

The Veteran Museum, Indianapolis, IN, January 2012

The Northwest African American Museum, Seattle, WA, May 2012

Tyler Historic Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, TX, June 2012

Ford Theater, Washington, DC, August 2012

The Grout Museum, Waterloo, IA, June 2013

Carrollwood Cultural Center, Tampa, FL, February 2014

The Delta Heritage Center, Brownsville,TN, February 2015

The International Civil Rights Center and Museum, Greensboro, NC, February 2017



The African American Museum Of Nassau County, Hempstead, NY, February 2016

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum Of Maryland African American History, Baltimore, MD, November 2016

The Ella Sharp Museum, Jackson, MI, February 2017

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