The Earl W. and Amanda Stafford Center for African American Media Arts (CAAMA) is the Museum’s home of visual culture and innovation. Through its changing exhibitions, public programs, and publications, CAAMA showcases the formation of African American history and culture through media arts, including photography, film, video, and audio recordings.
I Am Not Your Negro
“Double Exposure Series”
I. Through the African American Lens
II. Civil Rights and the Promise of Equality
III. African American Women
IV. Picturing Children
V. Fighting for Freedom
VI. Everyday Beauty
VII. Pictures with Purpose
The power of photographs is not only the ability to depict events, but to bring human scale to those experiences.Lonnie G. Bunch III Founding Director
The CAAMA Collection
Explore our collection of images, film, and audio.