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Harlem Fine Arts Show Launches in Atlanta This Week
In its fifth year, the Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS), continues to sprinkle Harlem and surrounding communities with artists, galleries, and collectors from around the country during its nearly week long festivities each year.
This summer, HFAS will continue with its four-city tour in Atlanta, Georgia, and continue to multiply its expansive list of internationally known artists and exhibitors.
Dion Clarke, Founder of the Harlem Fine Arts Show says, “After ringing in opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange at the opening of the 2013 show, we are now ringing the bell for Americans of all persuasions to come and partake of what can only be described as a feast for the eyes and nourishment for the soul.”
The tour in Atlanta is scheduled for June 26-29 in partnership with the National Black Arts Festival, a well-recognized arts festival that celebrates the arts across multiple venues in the summer months. The talent of Atlanta-based artists such as Radcliffe Bailey, Kojo Griffin, and Yanique Norman- not to mention Clark Atlanta’s African American Art Collection and the Hammond's House Museum, present a rich and unique opportunity to bring HFAS’s presence into play.
The show's weekend line-up includes Opening Night (a cocktail reception and benefit for National Black Arts Festival), Youth Empowerment Day, Live Art Sessions, Professionals Networking Night, a Lectures, and Entertainment all weekend long.
Visit the HFAS website at http://hfas.org to get more information about the show or to buy tickets. General admissions tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.
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