The Callanwolde Gallery
African Americans for the Arts presents
September 23 to November 12
The Callanwolde Gallery is thrilled to present REFLECTIONS, an upcoming exhibition of photography presented by African Americans for the Arts (AAFTA), organized by photographers Furery Terriy Reid and Sharon B. Dowdell with visual artist Dawn Williams Boyd.
The exhibition will feature works by 16 local emerging photographers and centers around the titular theme of reflection. Many photographs powerfully capture reflections found in natural phenomena while others present reflections that might be more emotional or symbolic in essence.
Wycliff Bennett Cynthia McCoy
N’Dieye Danavall Marcella Hayes Muhammad
Sharon B. Dowdell Tiffany Powell
Wilma Espy Furery Terriy Reid
Asante Fear Susan J. “Sue” Ross
Ronya Hull-Barksdale Edna Spann
Annie Jackson Toke Rome Taylor
Jena P. Jones Lisa Zunzanyika
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9 AM–8 PM / Saturday 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Please join us for an opening reception on September 23 from 7 to 9 PM in the Gallery. RSVP below
Learn more about AAFTA
African Americans for the Arts (AAFTA) is a non-profit arts advocacy organization whose goal is to educate and promote diversity in the arts community. The organization is comprised of visual artists, musicians, spoken word artists, authors, craft persons, educators and supporters of the arts who desire to be a proactive voice in the African Diasporic Community.
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Email all exhibition proposals, artwork, or questions to Caroline Giddis at email@example.com.