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Exhibit continues through April 9
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Joseph Osborne, a senior Visual and Performing Arts major at Grambling State University, has an exhibition titled “No Heroes Noir: La Barbershop Conscience” in the Dunbar Gallery at GSU.

A Visual and Performing Arts student from Grambling State University is hosting an exhibition titled “No Heroes Noir: La Barbershop Conscience” from now until April 9 at the Dunbar Gallery on campus.

Graduating senior Joseph Osborne, of Shreveport, used layers of plywood, repurposed wood and other materials to display works of art that display the current state of being black in America.

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