“Black Art Matters” Art Exhibition

Date

Apr 19 2024

Location

Carrollwood Cultural Center
4537 Lowell Road Tampa, Fl 33618

Black Art Matters is about celebrating the peaks and valleys of ALL black lives in the past, the present, and the possibilities of the future. Art that explores struggle, tears, laughter, frustration, and hope. Art that depicts the unwavering faith, power and character, the endurance and fearlessness experienced generation upon generation. Art that conveys depth, provokes discussion, and even makes people uncomfortable. Regardless of whether it’s portraying the Harlem Renaissance, dismantling the stigma in today’s workplace, or even how to safely raise a black child in today’s society. (Show image: “3 Sisters DNA: Ayanna” by Dionne Demettasphere Seevers)

Additional exhibits currently on display:

Featured Artist (Lobby Gallery):

Corridor Gallery: Tampa Day School

Artist Corner (winner of the Student/Faculty Art Show): Dionne Seevers

Atrium Gallery: Lelo Edel Alvarez


Organizer

Carrollwood Cultural Center
Phone
813-922-8167
Email
adrienne@carrollwoodcenter.org

Cost

Free

Labels

Art Lovers,
Artists,
Educational,
Free Events,
Organizations

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