Curators & Experts

The Center has three permanent exhibitions as well as installations honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. and Eleanor Roosevelt. We regularly mount small temporary exhibitions in our mezzanine and on our outdoor plaza.

Voice to the Voiceless

Dr. Vicki Crawford, Ph.D, Director, The Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection

Sarah Tanner, Head, Archives Research Center, Atlanta University Center, Robert W. Woodruff Library

Lauren Tate Baeza, Director of Exhibitions, The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Inc.

Fragments

The Fragments installation was created by Paula Scher and Abbott Miller of Pentagram.

Dignity Museum

Terence Lester, Co-Founder and Director, Love Beyond Walls

Enrique Morgan, Designer, Love Beyond Walls

Ali Braithwaite, Videographer & Photographer, Love Beyond Walls

In Partnership With: Love Beyond Walls

U.S. Civil Rights Movement, Rolls Down Like Water

Curated by Tony Award-winning theatrical playwright and film director George C. Wolfe, Chief Creative Officer of The Center.

The Global Human Rights Movement, Spark of Conviction

Curated by Jill Savitt, inaugural human rights exhibition curator and CEO & President of The Center.

The King Content Committee

Our National King Content Advisory Committee advises The Center’s exhibitions and narratives around the extraordinary life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.