Celebrating 12 YEARS
As An Arts-Based Community Development Corporation Reflecting and Responding to Artistic Cultural Diversity
NATIONAL BLACK ART EXHIBITION
January 15 - February 29, 2020
Untitled hand made paper work by David C. Driskell
John Biggers, Peggy Blood, Ben Jones, Gene Tinnie, Louise Mouton Johnson,
Ricky N. Calloway, Charlie T. Johnson, Dwight Smith, Senghor Reid, Willis Bing Davis, Jocelyn Rainey, Derrick Davis, Audrey Masden Davis, Dwayne Daniels.
Rosenthal Gallery Fayetteville State University
Ben Jones, David C. Driskell, Robert J. Stull, Shirley Woodson, Charlie T. Johnson, Senghor Reid, Raymond Wells, Priscilla Phifer, Robbie Best, Carla Jones,
Saffell Gardner, Stephanie Hill- Ross, Asia Hamilton, Yolanda Sharpe, Yvette Rock, Eileen Monteiro, Donna Kennedy, Matthew Corbin, Ackeem Salmon,
Shekenia Mann, Bill Sanders, Harold Allen, Valerie Fair, Jide Aje, Judy Bowman,
Harold Braggs, Carole Morisseau, Peggy Blood, Marvette Aldridge
March 27 - May 2, 2020
Estate Art, African Art and other Treasures from the Biggers Estate and other collections.
May 15 - June 27, 2020
Once Upon a Time: Fairy Tales, Fables and Myths II.
Again we invite artists to examine their cultural relationships with the subject matter. A nationally juried exhibition. Open to all mediums.
July 15 - August 29, 2020
Abstraction: Between Spirit and Magic National Call for Art.
The creative truths of making art become visible through the magic of expressing themselves in their art through gestural expression.
Sept. 12 - Nov. 07, 2020
Artists Who Teach
National Juried Exhibition of Visual Art Educators II Call for Art
Nov. 21 - Dec. 24, 2020
Small Treasures and Works of Art
Give the gift of art or begin to build a collection this holiday season.
January 11 - Feb. 27, 2021
National Exhibition of African American Women Artists
March 20 - May 1, 2021
Art Gumbo, artworks that combine a spicy blend of styles and media as interpreted by the artists.
May 15 – June 30, 2021
Art and Flowers
A national competition of artworks representing flowers and selected local florists creating arrangements inspired by the exhibition artworks.
July 14 - September 4, 2021
Dwight Smith: A Retrospective View of Sixty Years as an artist. Works spanning the 1970s to 2021.
Exhibition at multiple sites.
Gallery Location: 113 Gillespie St.
(Downtown Fayetteville, NC)
Gallery Hours: 11:00 AM - 4:00PM
Wednesday - Saturday
call us: 910-483-1388
AFRICAN ART FOR SALE
An Estate Exhibition and Sale of
African Art and John Biggers Prints
The estate of
John and Hazel-Hales Biggers
Discovering the Arts