Evening to feature several local Black artists
Friday, February 18th, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Sterling House Community Center
Join Willie Scaife, curator of our current show, Through Our Eyes: A Celebration of Local Black Artists, for an “artists’ talk” at Sterling House Community Center on Friday, February 18th, the last day of the show.
“This is our first artist’s talk and we’re excited to give our artists a platform to speak about their work and their creative process.” says Mark Hannon, President of The Arts Alliance of Stratford.
The event will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 PM and includes a short meet and greet, followed by the artists’ talk, with planned time for attendees to chat with the artists and get one last look at the show.
“The show, which opened on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 17th, has drawn positive attention and reviews. After Governor Ned Lamont visited, one of our artists sold a piece.” Hannon said, “This talk is a great opportunity for the community to come out and support local Black artists during Black History Month.”
Strict CDC mask adherence and social distancing rules are in place for the evening.
For more information, please visit: https://artsallianceofstratford.org/through-our-eyes-a-celebration-of-local-black-artists/
Arts Alliance of Stratford is a nonprofit organization working to build community and enhance the quality of life in the Stratford, Connecticut region. We collaborate with the public, artists, creatives, and art lovers, offering opportunities to learn, teach, create, network, and enjoy the arts. To learn more about the Alliance and its programming, please visit artsallianceofstratford.org.