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Black History Month Virtual Art Exhibit

In collaboration with the Black Arts & Cultural Center and the Metropolitan Kalamazoo branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), Kalamazoo Valley’s Center for New Media will host its second annual Black Arts Exhibit in February. The virtual event, held in observance of Black History Month, will highlight the works of local Black artists, and provide a shared connection to the rich Black cultural heritage in the Kalamazoo area. All forms of creative art and mediums will be accepted.


Digital entries for the February art exhibit should be emailed to Cindy Parks at cparks@kvcc.edu by 4 p.m. on Jan. 29. Images will be posted on the Center for New Media's Center for New Media Facebook and Instagram accounts.


See the Exhibit Guidelines, Gallery Requirements and Call for Entries form below or visit: https://www.kvcc.edu/Full_Story/2101051447dkem-news .


Exhibit Guidelines: https://www.kvcc.edu/news/documents/2021BlackArts-Guidelines.pdf


Virtual Gallery Requirements: https://www.kvcc.edu/news/documents/2021BlackArts-GalleryRequirements.pdf


Call for Entries: https://www.kvcc.edu/news/documents/2021BlackArts-CallForEntry.pdf



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