The End Hate Project is a narrative body of work that looks at the nation’s history of past and present discrimination, gender issues, and social culture. These artworks by VL Cox convey messages that are aggressive, violent, disturbing, irreverent, and even humorous, as they depict a society where we’ve been before and where we can’t allow ourselves to go again.


V.L. Cox Exhibit Break Glass at the Longwood Center for Visual Arts
November 3rd – February 28th  

  • November 3rd Opening reception with the artist
    5-8pm at Longwood Center for Visual Arts


  • Get Out film screening November 10th.
    Doors open at 6:00 pm
    in the Moton Museum Auditorium


  • November 29th Community Forum/Discussion VL Cox Exhibit,
    6:00 pm at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts


  • December 13th Community Forum/Discussion VL Cox Exhibit #2,
    6:00 pm at the Moton Museum. Film Screening: Slavery by Another Name


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