Cheryl Ann Bolden, a sixth generation removed African American, brings to her work travel experience and study in the United States of America, United Kingdom, China, Africa, Australia and Central America.
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2008: Maison Populaire Montreuil: Expressions Afro-Americaines
February 2008: Espace Canopy, Paris Mairie d’Aubervilliers: Hommage à Rosa Parks
2006: Coed Rural Art Center, Installation, Wales, UK
2006: American Library in Paris
2003: Victoria & Albert Museum, London
1998: American Embassy, American School of Tegucigalpa: Mujeres Negras y Instituto Hondureo de Cultura Interamericana, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
1997: Cambridge University (Clare Hall) 1997, Pontypridd, Wales, UK – Greenwich Museum, UK
1995: Liverpool Institute of Higher Education, UK
1994: Amerika Haus, Munich, Germany
1993: Sociedade des Belas Artes, NATO, American School, Lisbon, Portugal 1990-1993: Bolden Gallery, University of Virginia, Mary Baldwin College, The Charlottesville Public Schools, Virginia, USA
1990: Virginia Children’s Discovery Museum, USA: “African Music and Masquerade”, installation and programme for children of 4-12 years
1988: Wearable Art, Second Street Gallery, USA
1987, 88: International Boutique Shows, USA
1985: Sacred Cows, Contemporary American Women Artists, USA
1984, 85, 86: Black Memorabilia Expositions, USA
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