Black History Month Exhibit

Howland to host annual art show

As part of its celebration of Black History Month, the Howland Cultural Center will open its annual African-American Artists of the Hudson Valley show with a reception from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 3.

A work by Gina Waters

Curated by Josephine Green and Richard Outlaw, the exhibit includes the work of 16 artists and is dedicated to Michael White, who died in December. Several of his paintings are included, along with work by Outlaw, Jean Benoit, Ronald Brown, Yvette Byrd, Ramona Candy, Destiny Faulkner, Shaunda-Sekai Holloway, Kyra Sukenya Husbands, Robert E. Lewis, Corey Lightfoot, Samantha Outlaw, Dwight Reed, Eddison Romeo, Oliver Spearman, Gina Waters and Donald Whitely.

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