In Pennsylvania, to celebrate Black History Month, the York-based Institute for Cultural and Economic Development will sponsor local African, African-American and Caribbean artists in the exhibition entitled “Through Dark Eyes,” which opens on February 6, 2015, with an opening reception from 5:30 to 8:00pm at the Rudy Art Collective Gallery, 25 East Philadelphia Street, York. (It will be available for viewing by appointment throughout February.)
“Through Dark Eyes” is an exhibition highlighting the diversity and talent of the York community. This free Black History Month Art Showcase will feature works from some of York’s African, African-American and Caribbean artists, including Ophelia Chambliss, Gerald Davidson, Omar Josephs, Kerry Kirkland, Jesse Manning and Joyce Martin. Guests can expect to see folk art, abstract art, portraits, stained glass and other works.
For more information, call 717-434-8504.