The Art Galleries at TCU will present In Conversation with Jim Austin and Kenneth “Wolf” Sansom. Taking place on the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Facebook page, it will be a livestream conversation with Austin, founder of the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum in Fort Worth, and local cowboy Sansom. They will talk about their efforts to reclaim the history of black cowboys as well as their participation in the “Cowboys of Color” parade on TCU’s campus earlier this year in collaboration with artist Raphaël Barontini.

The Art Galleries at TCU will present In Conversation with Jim Austin and Kenneth “Wolf” Sansom. Taking place on the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Facebook page, it will be a livestream conversation with Austin, founder of the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum in Fort Worth, and local cowboy Sansom. They will talk about their efforts to reclaim the history of black cowboys as well as their participation in the “Cowboys of Color” parade on TCU’s campus earlier this year in collaboration with artist Raphaël Barontini.

The Art Galleries at TCU will present In Conversation with Jim Austin and Kenneth “Wolf” Sansom. Taking place on the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Facebook page, it will be a livestream conversation with Austin, founder of the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum in Fort Worth, and local cowboy Sansom. They will talk about their efforts to reclaim the history of black cowboys as well as their participation in the “Cowboys of Color” parade on TCU’s campus earlier this year in collaboration with artist Raphaël Barontini.

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