The Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky, is hosting a major show of 30 AWTT paintings around the theme of Civil Rights. It will be up until the end of May.
From the Ali Center website:
Americans Who Tell the Truth presents the narratives of citizens who courageously address issues of social, environmental, and economic fairness. Artist Robert Shetterly's beautifully crafted portraits highlight prominent civil rights activists, both past and present. By combining art and his passion for activism, this exhibit offers inspiration for a new generation to take action for the common good, for our communities, and for the Earth. Visitors will discover the words and likenesses of past activists such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Fannie Lou Hamer, and Senator Robert Kennedy, as well as contemporary individuals including Van Jones, Dave Zirin, and Alice Walker.
Our hope is that visitors—in particular students—will leave the exhibit appreciating that the fight for civil rights continues and that individual voices can make a difference. "Americans Who Tell the Truth" will run through May 31st.
See more at the Ali Center website.