The Museum of Uncut Funk presents a great Black Animation Exhibit!

The fine folks over at the Museum of Uncut Funk have an impressive animation collection which includes original production cels and drawings, limited edition cels, publicity cels and collectibles featuring Black animation characters from 1970's Saturday morning cartoons, television shows, films and feature films. Peep this brief video that puts the 70's era black cartoon revolution in historical cultural context...

Artwork from the The Museum Of UnCut Funk collection is currently on tour as a part of the Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Exhibition. To learn more about this traveling exhibition, please click here. If you are interested in bringing this exhibit to your town, contact the curator here.

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