Left to right, Mike Mosher's "Judgement of Solomon" (enamel paints on panel, 1978), Scott Youngstedt's untitled color photography, Kesha Bruce's "That They Might Be Lovely" (archival pigment print, 2008).

Images of Africans and African Americans are on display February 14th through March 5th at the University Gallery, Arbury Arts Center on the Saginaw Valley State University Campus. Admission is free.

Kesha Bruce presents photographic imagery incorporating maps, documents and snapshots to recall and retell narratives of self and family in her exhibit: "(Re)calling and (Re)telling."

Mike Mosher displays paintings of paintings "Some Black People," mostly created when he lived in San Francisco's Fillmore District, once hailed as "the Harlem of the West."

Scott Youngstedt exhibits photographs of the people of Niger, including friends from his many travels there.

Gallery hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 2:00pm -5:30pm, Wednesday, 10:30am -1:30pm. Additional hours by appointment. Call 989.964.4159.