The Crocker Art Museum and Black Artists on Art presented Black Artists on Art: Past, Present and Future, featuring legendary artists alongside contemporary and up-and-coming talents. The exhibition was the ninth unique iteration of a series that shared the title of the historic Black Artists on Art book. Initially published in 1969 by Dr. Samelia Lewis and Ruth G. Waddy, Black Artists on Art brought attention to the many notable Black artists who were neglected or overlooked by the mainstream art world. Dr. Lewis’ grandson, Unity Lewis, initiated the eponymous exhibition series to continue building community among Black artists. This presentation of Black Artists on Art was unique in its pairing of well-known legends with contemporary and youth artists.