Motown Black & White

The exhibition is closed. Please enjoy the information about this past exhibit.

Motown came to Saginaw! This exhibit celebrated legendary musicians and individuals that contributed to the creation of Motown. This was also the first time the collection was displayed in Michigan.

 

Motown Black & White featured clothing, jewelry and never-before-seen photos of Motown artists from the personal collection of Al Abrams. Al was the founding publicist and public relations director of the label.

 

The exhibition was open through Jan. 17, 2016.

This exhibit was sponsored by:

 

Saginaw Arts and Enrichment Commission - Artreach Grant

Frances Goll Mills Fund administered by FirstMerit Bank.

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Motown Black & White Exhibit

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