The African American Museum in Dallas Continues the Experiment & Hosts The Southwest Black Arts Show

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 What: The 6th annual Southwest Black Arts Show (SWBAS) moves forward to present a quality experience for artists, collectors, galleries, educators, art professionals, anyone interested in black fine arts.

Who:  Attendees will meet over 25 international, domestic, regional, and local fine artists.  Docents and museum volunteers will guide tours.  The founder, a professional fine artist and war veteran, Frank Frazier is the chairperson and founder of SWBAS.  Dr. Harry Robinson, Jr. is the President and CEO of the African America Museum.

Why: SWBAS is a democratic experiment.  It is exceeding expectations by creating a lively marketplace atmosphere where the public and artists engage in active conversation and art sells.  Artists are passionate about their creations.  The African American museum shares equal dedication to the presentation of original works by artists of African descent.

When:

Art Show Reception    June 10, 2016              6:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Art Show Hours           June 11, 2016              10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Art Show Hours           June 12, 2016              11:00 am to 6:00 pm

Where: The African American Museum in Dallas located inside of Fair Park at 3536 Grand Avenue is the host.  Go to http://www.aamdallas.org and click on Visit the AAM for directions.

 Media Contact: Jane Jones – Jjones@aamdallas.org or call (214) 565-9026 ext 328, fax

(214) 421-8204 or on the web at www.aamdallas.org.

 

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