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      Elizabeth Howard

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      Water: The Agony & Ecstasy of the Black Experience

      Friday, February 5 – March 28, 2021

      A multi-medium group exhibition curated by the Charlottesville Black Arts Collective

      This multi-medium group exhibition featuring the work of 25 Black artists from Virginia, will be on display on all floors of the McGuffey Art Center in Charlottesville. This exhibition seeks to take viewers through a journey, using water as a metaphor of the Black experience.

      The artists featured in this exhibition are: Bolanle Adeboye, Tronja Anglero, Janee Bradford (Marley Nichelle), Sahara Clemons, Ellis Finney, Larry D. Giles, Clinton Helms, Maleik Jackson, Veronica Jackson, Dena Jennings, Jae Johnson, Leslie Lillard, Benita Mayo, Jackie Merritt, Richard “Kweisi” Morris, Tobiah Mundt, Adrienne Oliver, Kori Price, Dorothy Marie Rice, Darrell Rose, Amdane Sanda, Benford D. Stellmacher, Jr., Derrick J. Waller, Lillie Williams, and Michael E. Williams.

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