Chapman Cultural Center is excited to announce its first-ever juried art show, the Black Artists of Spartanburg Exhibition. After conversations with our community, the Black Artists of Spartanburg Exhibition was formed as a way to amplify the voices of Spartanburg’s Black artists in response to the racial injustices that are taking place across the nation. The multi-media exhibition features 17 artists from across Spartanburg County and will be on display through September 30th.
The event will feature a virtual panel discussion on September 17th during Spartanburg Artwalk (details coming soon).
The artists featured in the exhibition include:
Antonio Modesto Milian
Arialle Kennedy Smith
Moses “Galaxy” Jenkins
You can find the artwork on display inside the Carlos Dupree Moseley Building on the Chapman Cultural Center Campus in the former HUB-BUB Artists-in-Residence Studio.
Please check back for more details.
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