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Gambrills, MD, United States, 2007/01/20 - Plan to attend the largest celebratory event held in the Mid-Atlantic region during Black History Month, the 12th Annual Black Heritage Art Show - BlackHeritageArtShow.com.
This premiere event allows individuals of all nationalities the opportunity to celebrate African American Cultural collectively through the use of visual and performing Arts.
Friday, February 2nd through Sunday, February 4th the show will open to the public 11:00 am – 7:00 pm at the Baltimore Convention Center, near the downtown Inner Harbor. Artist from across the country and of international acclaim will participate. Schedule to appear, Leroy Campbell and Actress/Author Bernadette Stanis of Good Times. Enjoy live entertainment, an art show and life empowering seminars. Admission is $5.00.
Friday, February 2nd from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. WEAA sponsored Jazz Soirée will celebrate the opening of the art show. Sway to the smooth sounds of jazz, enjoy complimentary wine courtesy of E & J Gallo Wines and participate in the silent art auction, part of the proceeds will benefit The African American Visual Arts Association (AAVAA) scholarship fund.
The Media is encouraged to cover these events. For more information, please visit the Art Show’s official website for press credentials and kits please email. Please note all press must RSVP by Wednesday, January 31, 2007 to receive press credentials to enter The Jazz Soirée event.
The Black Heritage Art Show (BlackHeritageArtShow.com) is being presented by Comcast and sponsored in part by, ABC 2, Bon Secour Hospital, Amtrak, MD Lottery, Borders, Upscale, E&J Gallo Wines, and Paint Magazine.
Featured artist include:
Bern Nadette Stanis, actress and Author: Leroy Campbell: Visual Artist: Tiffany Alexander: International acclaimed author & playwright, R. C. Holmes – R&B, Soul (Obia Soul Affiliate), Carronne Jones Grant - Genese Gospel Artist: Avery Sunshine – R&B, Soul & Gospel Artist.