The next stop for the renowned Harlem Fine Arts Show is a long way from the storied Manhattan neighborhood, but in a setting that is also significant in African-American culture: the Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard. The traveling show of African Diasporic art will be on display August 10-12 for art enthusiasts.
In addition, there will be author talks and a “Discussion on the Lawn” about civil rights and race, moderated by NewsOne’s editorial director Sheryl Huggins Salomon and featuring civil rights activist Dr. Benjamin Chavis, journalist Pamela Newkirk, and scholar Rev. Jonathan “Jay” Augustine, among other guests.
Check out the slide show for a preview of the art that will be on display, and find out more about the show at HFAS.org.