For the People: 700 the Arts

"For the People: 700 the Arts" at the Historic Ward Rooming House is a captivating exhibition that showcases a wide array of African-American art from the Miami-Dade Public Library System's Permanent Art Collection.

 For the People: 700 the Arts

Now - March 24, 2024
Weekly on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
From: 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Delve into a rich collection of African-American art with "For the People: 700 the Arts," presented at the Historic Ward Rooming House. This compelling exhibition, curated by Hampton Art Lovers, showcases pieces from the Miami-Dade Public Library System's Permanent Art Collection, offering a unique opportunity to experience the works of some of the most influential African-American artists. Featured artists include Bob Thompson, Richard Hunt, Sam Gilliam, Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlett, Gene Tinnie, Al Loving, Jacob Lawrence, William T. Williams, Raymond Saunders, and others, providing a comprehensive look at the significant contributions these artists have made to the art world.

"For the People: 700 the Arts" is a celebration of African-American cultural heritage and artistic expression. The exhibition not only highlights the historical and contemporary importance of these artists but also serves as a vibrant testament to the diverse narratives and experiences that have shaped African-American art and culture. By bringing together such a distinguished group of artists, the exhibition fosters a deeper understanding and appreciation of African-American art, inviting visitors to engage with the powerful themes and aesthetic beauty of the works on display.

Whether you're a longtime admirer of African-American art or curious to explore its rich history and impact, "For the People: 700 the Arts" offers an enlightening and immersive experience. Don't miss this chance to witness the legacy and ongoing influence of African-American artists in shaping the cultural landscape, on display through March 24, 2024.