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"4th Annual The National Black Fine Art Show"
2000-02-04 until 2000-02-06
New York, NY,
USA United States of America
Hosted by Danny Glover. An historic event in Black Fine Art, featuring 42 dealers from the United States, Haiti and Canada,
exhibiting paintings, prints, photography, fiber art,
watercolors, tribal art, sculpture and drawings. All
Artwork for sale.
The Puck Building, Houston & Lafayette Streets
SoHo, New York City,
Friday noon - 8pm,
Saturday 11am - 8pm,
Sunday 11am - 7pm. Daily Admission $12.
LECTURE SERIES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th and
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6th
Presented by Stedman Graham & Partners, at the Museum for African Art,
593 Broadway (between Houston and Prince Streets).
Noon-2:00pm African American Art: The Current State of the African American Art
Scene, (Panel Discussion)
2:30pm-4:30pm Collecting African American Art: Process and Form for the Millenium
(Slide Pressentation and Lecture by Halima Taha)
Noon-2:00pm The Fine Art of Framing Fine Art and the Importance of Art
Conservation (Lecture Demonstration by Sande Webster)
2:30pm-4:00pm Hair in African Art and Culture, Museum for African Art (Exhibition
Preview and Gallery Talk)
4:30pm-6:00pm Collecting African American Art: Process and Form for the Millenium
(Slide Presentation and Lecture by Halima Taha)
Lecture Series Admission -
$20 One Program, $35 Two Programs, $50 Weekend Pass
Information and Reservations - 212.777.5218.
Funding for educational programs for the National Black Fine Art Show
provided by Time Warner Cable and Time Warner Inc.