Michael Hill of the Langston Hughes Institution talks Open BuffaloBack >
June 19, 2013
On June 18, 2013, the featured guest was Michael Hill of the Langston Hughes Institute. He talked about the operations of the institution, the history of art inspiration in African American culture, and the process of moving their location.
Watch a clip of what Hill said about Open Buffalo below, or watch the full conversation.
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Michael Hill of the Langston Hughes Institution talks Open Buffalo