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Exhibits

Through Sleet's Eyes: A Witness to History

Graphic of Moneta Sleet Jr. with his camera

For more than 40 years, Owensboro-born, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Moneta Sleet, Jr. was a witness to history, capturing images for Ebony magazine. Through Sleet's Eyes, a new exhibit in the Main Library's Bernheim Gallery, tells his story – from his Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph and his friendship with Dr. King, to his work documenting the Civil Rights Movement and the social and cultural Black experience in America and around the world.

On loan from the Through Sleet's Eyes Festival, Owensboro, the exhibit is free and open to the public through July 14 in the Main Library's Bernheim Gallery.