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Reflection - 3D virtual exhibition by Arts Mid-Hudson

Reflection

Fri, 08/07/2020 to Sun, 11/01/2020

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Reflection was on view in the Arts Mid-Hudson gallery during Black History Month, and due to the pandemic we were unable to have a closing. Thanks to the help of the participating artists and curator Marline A. Martin, we are thrilled to present Reflection virtually.

Black History Month is an important opportunity for us to celebrate the important contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout our history. Now more than ever we must raise our voices to celebrate and where necessary, insist, that society continue to recognize black artists, educators, culture and tradition.

Reflection features the work of ten (10) artists from the Mid-Hudson Valley region including Jean Benoit, Haile Binns, Kara R. Bledsoe, Martial J. Davis, Queen Mother Dòwòti Désir, Helen Douglas, Kyra Husbands, Donovan Nelson, Emmanuel Ofori, and Richard Outlaw, who offer their creative interpretation of the black experience through their artistic work.

Art works include paintings, photography, sculpture and mixed media. With each piece of art in the exhibition, people are inspired to pursue their dreams and learn a new perspective. Each artist tells their own stories to capture the black experience. Art plays an important part of not only black history-- but for everyone to make connections and learn more about each other in the community.
Reflection highlights key figures in history, a moment in time in black life and/or just an image of expression.
- Marline A. Martin, Curator of Reflection

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