Ward Bucher, along with other members of the Ruth Starr Rose Exhibit Committee, received a Stories of the Chesapeake 2016 Heritage Hero award on June 9th. The committee arranged the seven week exhibit of Rose’s 1920’s-1930’s artwork which featured African American residents of the Eastern Shore. Ward helped with design and improvements to the historic Easton Armory owned by the Waterfowl Foundation. More than a thousand school children have toured the show as a part of their curriculum. The exhibit was curated by Barbara Paca. Major funding and administration was given by the Dock Street Foundation.
Find more information about this great historic exhibition on the Tour Talbot site
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