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November 25 - January 6​

Join us as we present the beautiful copper
and enamel works of:

Oleksii Koval

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Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurial (A.C.E.) 

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Workshops for BIPOC Artists and the Community,.

African Art for Sale

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African Art and John Biggers prints. Provided by the estate if John and Hazel Biggers.

ART ON MY MIND: Understanding Culture through the Visual Arts

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Program expanding adolescent’s understanding of visual arts and its many
roles in our society.

Upcoming Events

Exhibitions & Events
Date
Location
Information
Works by Enamellist Oleksii Koval
November 25 - January 6
Ellington-White Contemporary
Open Fourth Friday artist reception December 1st
NAAHBCU Common Roots: Many Branches Exhibition
January 16 - March 04, 2023
Fayetteville State University Rosenthal Gallery, and Ellington-White Contemporary
Touring Exhibition featuring over seventy-five works of art from professional artists who are also current or former HBCU art educators and members of the National Alliance of Artists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (NAAHBCU)
Black History Month Exhibition
January 27, - March 4, 2023
Arts Council Fay/Cumberland
This unique national exhibition will be curated by two nationally acclaimed artists and educators, Shirley Woodson, and her son Senghor Reid. Arts Council Fayetteville/Cumberland County.
Women’s History Month
March 18, - April 29, 2023
Ellington-White Contemporary
, with our second exhibition focused on telling her story. This exhibition will be curated by Krystal Hart a contemporary visual artist from Greensboro, NC.
Night Photography
May 05, - June 10, 2023
Ellington-White Contemporary
curated by Shane Booth, photography professor at FSU. This will be our first photography exhibition. Professor Booth says that Night Photography can be one of the most alluring and seductive forms of photography.
ACE Program Exhibition
June 17 - July 29 ,2023
Ellington-White Contemporary
Program participants in the Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurial (ACE) Workshops for BIPOC Artists present their works in an exhibition.
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