From Langston Hughes to Zora Neale Hurston, the famed literary group of the ‘20s and ‘30s called the Harlem Renaissance shared their challenges, creativity, prose and poetry. The movement grew to encompass theater, music, dance and visual arts. In an homage to that period, this exhibition showcases 25 African-American visual artists and nine African-American women writers. Although the artists share an African background, their works’ subject matter is diverse. The exhibit officially opens Sept. 21 and runs through Nov. 9.