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For Immediate Release

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release                                                                  
The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa
Contact: Alicia Mitchell
ammitchell4@crimson.ua.edu

 

JOINT ART EXHIBIT WILL FEATURE STUDENTS FROM STILLMAN COLLEGE AND THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will host a one day joint exhibit of works by students representing the visual art departments of Stillman College and The University of Alabama at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center. Presented on Feb. 20, 2016 by the Miss Black Alabama Ambassadors, the display will be open to the public from 3-6 p.m. Admission is free.

The goal of the exhibit is to promote change and awareness in the Tuscaloosa area by presenting paintings and ceramics by Black artists from Stillman and The University of Alabama. The following students will be represented in the upcoming exhibit:

Kardarius Rhinehart, senior: paintings, ceramics

Karina Salazar, senior: paintings, ceramics

Jordan McGowan: paintings

Kendra Ramos, senior: ceramics

Danylle Everson, senior: ceramics

Krystal Jordan: paintings

Taniesha Childs: photography

Sunshine Jackson

The event is sponsored by the Miss Black US Ambassador and Miss Black Teen US Ambassador Scholarship Pageant, LLC in collaboration with the Dr. Ruth Joyce Colbert Barnes Foundation & The Oklahoma Sovereign Arts Foundation. These organizations provide once in a lifetime opportunities to young African American women. As Ambassadors of Change, each young woman embarks on the journey to encourage, empower and enlighten communities, states and nations. These young women are a rising voice in the community that seek to make a difference by providing educational forums and events that focus on health disparities, poverty, violence and major issues plaguing the African American community. They are role models not only to young African American women but to women around the world. Ambassadors of Change partner with key political figures and national initiatives to bring support to their efforts and platforms.

The Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center is located at 620 Greensboro Avenue in downtown Tuscaloosa. For more information about The Arts Council, Bama Theatre or CAC, patrons should LIKE the Facebook page “The Arts Council – Bama Theatre – Cultural Arts Center” and follow tuscarts on Twitter. Call 205-758-5195 or visit tuscarts.org for further information.

 

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