“Community Views Through the Eyes of Five Artists” is a new multimedia exhibit featuring photographer Kidd Fielteau, fashion designer Tabitha Fielteau, painter and muralist Broderick Flanigan, multimedia artist Par Ramsey and painter Mykeisha Ross. This group of local artists presented a panel program earlier this year at the library in honor of Black History Month, discussing their lives as artists, their inspirations and their identities as artists of color. As the exhibit title suggests, each artist lends their perspective on the wider arts community through their respective medium. The opening reception, featuring artist talks, will be held in Multipurpose Room A. All works are on view in the library’s Bogue Gallery on the second floor through Sept. 17.
WHO: Kidd Fielteau, Tabitha Fielteau, Broderick Flanigan, Par Ramsey and Mykeisha Ross
WHEN: Sunday, July 31, 3 p.m.
WHERE: ACC Library
HOW MUCH: FREE!
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