Brochure for the Design Diaspora exhibition owned by Norma Sklarek. The front and back of the brochure has a black background with a red graphic of Ruggles Street Station in Boston, MA. On the front, white text at the top reads [DESIGN / DIASPORA] with [BLACK ARCHITECTS AND INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE / 1970-1990] in the middle. The center of the brochure reads [AN EXHIBITION OF BUILT PROJECTS / DESIGNED BETWEEN 1970-1990 BY / FIFTY AFRICAN AMERICAN, / BLACK EUROPEAN, / AND AFRICAN ARCHITECTS.] The date, open hours, and location at the Chicago Athenaeum are at the bottom. The brochure expands open and has a summary of the exhibition, daily schedules, and a list of architects. There are highlight images of various buildings from different fields.
White printed text on the back cover reads [Curated by: Carolyn Armenta Davis / Exhibition Design by: Ioannis Karalias / Exhibition Fabrication by: Contempo Design / Graphic Design by: Logan Graphics / Cover: Ruggles Street Station – Boston, MA, 1986 by Stull & Lee/USA / Catalogue: “Design Diaspora: Black Architects and International Architecture”, is available / The exhibition “Design Diaspora: Black Architects and / International Architecture, 1970-1990,” it’s [sic] related / public programs and national tour is organized by The / Chicago Athenaeum: The Museum of Architecture and / Design and made possible by a major grant from the: / LILA WALLACE-READER’S DIGEST FUND / Travel is generously provided by UNITED AIRLINES the / official airlines of The Chicago Athenaeum. / Additional support has been received from: / The National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency / Graham Foundation for Advance Studies In The Fine Arts / Community Arts Assistance Special Project Grants / City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs / Apple Computer, Inc. / Abasubong Overseas Oil S.A. / The British Council / The Netherlands Ministry for Cultural Affairs / The Florence Gould Foundation / The Illinois Art Council, a state agency / The Gallery at 333 West Wacker Drive was created / and is being made available to The Chicago Ath- / enaeum through the generosity of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States and Urban / Investment and Development Co. The 333 West Wacker / Drive Gallery is administered by Jeanne Malkin & / Associates. / Presented in cooperation with: / THE CHICAGO ATHENAEUM: / The Museum of Architecture and Design / THE DESIGN DIASPORA / ART IN PUBLIC PLACES, INC.]