Amari Brown Papers
Scope and Contents
The Amari Brown Papers contain three murals on plywood that were errected on a building on ELM Street during the Black Lives Matter - George Floyd Protests. The collection contains the clothing and a bracelette Brown wore while creating the art, sketchbooks with drafts of the art, and a copy of the O' Henry Magazine that contains a picture of him paiting the murals.
- Brown, Amari (Person)
Conditions Governing Use
Collection is open for research.
Biographical / Historical
Amari Brown is a Greensboro, North Carolina artist who contributed to the protest art murals on Elm Street, Greensboro, NC during the Black Lives Matter (BLM) - George Floyd Protests. His artwork is heavily influenced by cominc book characters and anime.
3 Linear Feet (2 boxes of sketchbooks and textiles; 3 plywood murals)
Language of Materials
Amari Brown is a Greensboro, NC artist. His collection contains representations of his artwork from the 2020 Greensboro, NC Black Lives Matter-George Floyd Protest, his sketchbook, and the clothes he wore to create his art during the protest.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Amari Brown in October 2020.
Processed and encoded by Stacey Krim, November 2020.
- Amari Brown Papers
- Stacey Krim
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