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CLICK HERE TO READ MORE> Trayvon Martin's Cousin Opens Art Exhibit in Washington Park
WASHINGTON PARK — A length of rusted chainlink fence is hung on the wall next to a mirrored image of Olympic gold medalist Wilma Rudolph for the “How to Make a Hood” exhibit at the University of Chicago Arts Incubator.
The exhibit at the gallery at 301 E. Garfield Blvd. is the first for young curator La Keisha Leek, who said she’s played with the multiple meanings of the word "hood" since the 2012 death of her cousin, Trayvon Martin.