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PAMM Celebrates Fund for African American Art
Artists, celebrities, philanthropists and community members from across South Florida gathered to…
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The Detroit Institute of Arts has pledged to raise $100 million for the federally mediated rescue fund to shore up municipal pensions, prevent the forced sale of any of the museum’s irreplaceable masterpieces and spin off the city-owned museum to an independent nonprofit.
DIA leaders said today that…Continue
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Its an honor to have my work included in the 15th Annual WAH Salon Art Club Show. The opening reception for this exhibition curated by …Continue
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highlighting third day of Harlem Fine Arts Show
Saturday, February 1, 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
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My first commemoration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr. was in January 1985, a year before the National Holiday. My "Martin Luther King Brunch" celebrations continued for about eight years. After not hosting a brunch for a few years, I resumed in 2007 with the opening of Salon 53, my private residential art gallery. …Continue
The late Fr. Jim Hasse, SJ, did a painting of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and wrote a meditation to go with it:
“I’ve been to the Mountain”
Moses has been there.
Dr. King has been there.
I have not been there.
But I am thankful for…Continue
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Test your Art I. Q. #11: Who am I ?
Remembering the Emancipation Proclamation
On this 150th anniversary year, The New Freedom Project will revisit the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863. Through a community-based residency, this project will consider this sacred document and its promise of…Continue
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We are currently working with a client based in Northeast Georgia who is interested in purchasing and featuring original works of art in key public areas of their new hospital that depict the natural beauty of the surrounding area. The art committee has created a mission statement as well as defined their ideal patient experience. Selected artwork will support the visualization of this mission while helping to create the described patient experience. Mission Statement: "To create a master…Continue
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"From Dusk till Dawn" by Cedric Michael Cox 24 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas
It’s an honor to be one of the artist to exhibit in I Kan Do Dat curated by …Continue
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