CLINTON — The Sampson Arts Council has introduced an additional group geared “Local Artist Spotlight” that includes four talented African American artists.
Held in celebration of Black Heritage Month all over the thirty day period of February, the spotlight features artists from equally Sampson and Duplin counties.
“The ‘Sharing Our Gifts’ gallery demonstrate will be on screen in the Victor R. Tiny Residence Gallery in Clinton via March 10, featuring stunning art by Sheila Judge Hall, Robert Corridor, Rev. Bobby L. Simmons, Sr., and Robert A. Taylor,” reported Kara Donatelli, Arts Council govt director.
The Local Artist Highlight online video will air on Star Communications Cable Tv set channels 16 and 316, 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 12, and Sunday, Feb. 13, at equally 3 and 7 p.m.”
If you cannot catch it then, there’s other ways to see it.
“You might also perspective the broadcast on-line anytime on the Sampson Arts Council’s YouTube Channel.”
Final week the Sampson Arts Council acknowledged four talented African American artists in their gallery demonstrate, “Sharing Our Gifts”. An artist reception was held on Thursday, Feb. 3, at the Victor R. Compact Property, Clinton.
The showcased artists involve Robert Corridor, Sheila Judge Corridor, the Rev. Bobby L. Simmons, Sr., and Robert Taylor.
“We are honored to spouse with the Clinton Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, Inc., Rho Omega Omega Chapter for this event.”
The art clearly show at the Smaller Residence will be in put until March 10.
To see the video clip check out their channel at youtu.be/u2dCU6_wBHg.
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