Some Things of Value: Images of African and African-American Folklife, a quincentenary exhibit of photographs, artifacts and a genealogy chart, for the 1992 National Black Arts Festival at THE APEX Museum, Atlanta, Georgia. One of Freeman's images is selected for use on the official festival poster.
Freeman's one-man show, "Margaret Walker Alexander's For My People: A Tribute," opened at Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi; and a commemorative book of the same name was published by the University Press of Mississippi.
Expressions of the Soul: Three Perspectives on Baltimore's African-American Folklife, an exhibit including Freeman's photographs of the Arabbers of Baltimore, folk art by Joy Alston, and contemporary quilts by African-American women in Baltimore, opened at The Eubie Blake National Museum and Cultural Center, Baltimore, Maryland.
More Than Just Something To Keep You Warm: Tradition and Change in African-American Quilting, a quincentenary tour of quilts and photographs from the Roland L. Freeman Collection, opened at the Springside School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and traveled to three additional locations.