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Women of a New Tribe exhibit at Toledo-Lucas County Public Library.

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The Art Tatum African American Resource Center, with the Kent Branch library, are displaying 53 pieces, including this quilt by Alice Grace, and three other local artists throughout February and March 2014.

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A pottery exhibit by local artist Alice Grace is on display at the Kent Branch Library in the Old West End.

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Stenciled images by local artist Novarro Gibson are on display above the entrance to the computer lab at the Kent Branch Library in the Old West End.

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A pottery exhibit by local artist Alice Grace is on display at the Kent Branch Library in the Old West End.

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Wood carvings by local artist Novarro Gibson are on display at the Kent Branch Library in the Old West End.

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Acrylic paintings by local artist Ron Jamison are on display in the children's section of the Kent Branch Library in West Toledo.

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An African Mask, part of an instillation by local artist Alveldia Mays, is on display at the Kent Branch Library in West Toledo.

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A beaded Dan tribal mask is on display at the Truth Gallery, located at 1811 Adams St. near downtown Toledo.

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Odes Roberts, owner of the Truth Gallery, located at 1811 Adams St. near downtown Toledo, sits near pieces from the "Working Woman" series.

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A Nigerian grain door carved from a single piece of wood is on display at the Truth Gallery, located at 1811 Adams St. near downtown Toledo.

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A traditional Dan tribal mask, which gallery owner Odes Roberts estimates to be more than 100 years old, is on display at the Truth Gallery, located at 1811 Adams St. near downtown Toledo.

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