Exhibits On Loan
Below is a list of places and organizations where some of our pieces have been exhibited outside our museum:
Charleston Museum, Charleston, SC. Slave made Quilt Exhibition,
Oct. 3-5, 2003
National Geographic, Washington, DC. Jubilee Exhibition & Lectures regarding rare items from “The Drain Collection”, Jan. 2003 – March 2003
Tekrema Center for Arts & Culture, New Orleans, LA. Jan. & Feb. 2002
St. Paul’s Baptist Church, Brooklyn, NY. 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002 Programs
Walterboro Leaders Organization, Chamber of Commerce, Walterboro, SC. Exhibition regarding African American History October 2001
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Harlem, NY. “Lest We Forget; The Triumph Over Slavery Exhibition” (Major Exhibition) June 2000 to March 2001
The Women’s Museum, Dallas, Texas. Exhibition on Harriet Tubman June 2000 to 2004.
Medger Ever’s College, Brooklyn, NY. Black History Month Program February 1999, and 2000.
The People Under the Sun Collective, Coney Island, NY Tribute to the Ancestors of the Middle Passage. June 1999 and 2000 programs.
York College, City of University of NY. The First Annual Art, Memorabilia, Poetry, and Quilt Exhibition. January 15, 2000
Brooklyn Historical Society, Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, NY The African American Slave Quilt Exhibition. October 1999.
The Afrikan Poetry Theater, Queens, NY Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration: “Remembering Your Past” Exhibition. Dec. 4, 1999
Homeward Bound Foundation, Washington, DC. Artifacts used for their middle passages programs and Internet Archive. 1998-1999
P.S.140, Queens, NY. Exhibition regarding African American History. July 1996
ABC Goodmorning America, ABC Television Network, taped June 14, 1999, aired between June 24 &25, 1999 Slavery Artifacts from The Slave Relics Collection and the Sample Pittman Collection
Queens Public Access Television, taped June 19, 1999, aired in the Fall 1999