Many Rivers Black Dimensions in Art: 40th Anniversary Exhibition October 3 - November 7, 2015 Curated by Stephen J. Tyson and Stanwyk E. Cromwell

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Elizabeth Zunon: "I can hear that whistle blow..."

Many Rivers

Black Dimensions in Art: 40th Anniversary Exhibition

October 3 - November 7, 2015

Curated by Stephen J. Tyson and Stanwyk E. Cromwell

Opening Reception: Saturday, October 3, 6-8pm
Discussion with the Curators: Saturday, October 3, 5:30pm

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Daesha Devón Harris: My Soul Has Grown Deep Like the Rivers

In celebration of its 40th Anniversary, Black Dimensions in Art, Inc. together with Saratoga Arts is proud to present Many Rivers, a showcase of established and emerging artists from the U. S., Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean.

Many Rivers, inspires reflections of mythical, metaphorical or natural rivers that lead to new lands and discoveries; embracing collective experiences that unite us with one another, and the pathways of life’s triumphs and tribulations.

Participating artists include: Marcus Kwame Anderson, Betty Blayton, Aleathia Brown, Stanwyck Cromwell, Avel de Knight, Francelise Dawkins, Mikel Elam, Herbert Gentry, Daesha Devón Harris, Robert Charles Hudson, Femi Johnson, Hollis King, Jacqueline Lake-Sample, Eugene J. Martin, Carlton Murrell, Clifford Oliver, Andre Rochester, Stephen J. Tyson, Takeyce Walter, Frank Wimberley, and Elizabeth Zunon.

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Frank Wimberley: Blue Wave

Join us in celebration of one of the Capital Region’s most significant cultural institutions, Black Dimensions in Art, Inc. on Saturday, October 3, 2015 in the Arts Center Gallery located at 320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Listen to a thoughtful discussion with the curators at 5:30pm, followed by an opening reception from 6-8pm.

Come meet the artists, as well as many founding members of Black Dimensions in Art, Inc., enjoy inspiring art, great conversation and delicious craft beer and food by our sponsor, Druthers Brewing Company.

Bda Black Dimensions in Art

Since 1975, Black Dimensions in Art, Inc. (BDA) has been dedicated to educating the public about artists of the African Diaspora and their unique contributions to the American art scene, and encourage African-American youth in the practice, application, and appreciation of the arts.

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We would like to thank our 2015 Exhibition Sponsor

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