May 7, 2012
-- Black Doll Shows announces that its summer 2012 Black Doll and Art Show will be taking place in New York City on Saturday, July 21st from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM at the beautiful Riverside Church, South Hall in Manhattan. The show provides consumers and collectors an affordable selection of black dolls and art not found on the shelves of big box, mall or department store shelves. "Although the summer is a great time of the year to enjoy the outdoors, family and friends, it is also a time to fantasize. That's why this year's show theme is 'Celebrating Summer-Time Fantasy'," says Sharon Alexander, Executive Producer and Co-Founder of Black Doll Shows. "The black dolls and art created by our exhibitor partners help facilitate this fantasy. The fantasy of identity, of tradition, of empowerment. Often times people forget that this type of fantasy precedes goal setting and self-actualization. We hope that our shows serve this role in the lives of all of our patrons."
Admission to the 2012 Black Doll and Art Show is a nominal $5.00 and is free for children eleven years and younger. As an added bonus for attendees, there will be doll and art raffle prizes at 1 PM, 3 PM and 5 PM. For more information about the show, visit the 2012 Black Doll and Art Show home page: http://www.blackdollshows.com/bdsgui/faces/shows_events/s...
About Black Doll Shows
Black Doll Shows, owned and operated by DoneUp!, produces shows and events focused on black dolls, doll-related merchandise, gifts and art. Although Black Doll Shows helps to facilitate a smile, a hug and self-identity among its patrons, more importantly, it aims to connect the public and the world with the artisans, expert crafters, manufacturers and specialty retailers who sustain and enrich the tradition, the fantasy, the identity that is the black doll. For more information about Black Doll Shows and its shows and events, please visit BlackDollShows.com or call 212 594 2455.