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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Public Library will host a lecture on famed sculptor Meta Warrick Fuller on Tuesday night, February 22 at the Christa McAuliffe Branch

Join guest lecturer Anita Danker, as she discusses the life and works of the Fuller (1877-1968), who resides in Framingham.

A groundbreaking and world-renowned sculptor ”anticipating themes” of the Harlem Renaissance movement, Fuller was also a suffragist, civil rights activist, and poet.

If you can’t join in-person, you can watch the 7 p.m. lecture live on YouTube at

There is a Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller gallery at the Danforth Art museum in Framingham.

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Photos are from the gallery exhibit at the Danforth Art on Vernon Street in Framingham, across from the Framingham Centre Common.

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