Photojournalist Danny Lyon began his storied (and self-taught) career during the tumult of the Civil Rights movement in the South. Lyon began to document the soon-to-be historic events around him, from marches and parades to sit-ins. Lyon sought not just to document the times but to bring future viewers inside the movement. His very personal journey, traveling in the South and Mid-Atlantic regions from 1963 until 1964, acts more as art than documentation. Fifty of Lyon's photos will be on display at the West Baton Rouge Museum until March 9, traveling via the Art 2 Art Rotating Exhibits. 845 North Jefferson Avenue. (225) 336-2422.