The JAM 2013 poster features a portrait of Lionel Hampton. It was created in 1997 by the late Frederick J. Brown, an African American artist whose passion for jazz, blues and American culture provided the artistic inspiration for his work. Brown presented this portrait to Hampton at an 89th birthday party held at Brown’s loft in New York City.
Frank Sinatra was the entertainer featured on the 2012 Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM) poster.
The museum has printed nearly 200,000 posters for free distribution to schools, libraries, music and jazz educators, radio stations, U.S. embassies worldwide, and others.
Please note: all posters are free, there is no limit on quantity (while supplies last).
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