Woodcut recalls the life of an unsung hero of the civil rights movement
Dr. Brian Mann, head of the University of North Georgia’s (UNG) Department of Modern & Classical Languages, recently parted with a piece of art very dear to him. It is a woodcut of civil rights and women’s activist Fannie Lou Hamer. His mother, Jeanne Marie Mann, created the piece during his childhood.
Michael Marling, professor of art, and Ashley Blair, a studio art major from Cleveland, Georgia, with a print of civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer, from a woodcut donated by Dr. Brian Mann, head of the University of North Georgia’s (UNG) Department of Modern & Classical Languages.
Read more at https://ung.edu/news/articles/2018/02/woodcut-recalls-the-life-of-an-unsung-hero-of-the-civil-rights-movement.php, a story by Mark Udry, UNG Newsroom.