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OPENING RECEPTION: NWUUC Art Gallery Celebrates Civil Rights Era
Opening Feb. 7, 2013. Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation’s Art Gallery highlights our country’s African-American heritage and civil rights history with the work of painter Bruce Johnson and members of the Ebony Stitchers Quilt Guild.
Location: 1025 Mount Vernon Highway N.W., Sandy Springs, GA 30327
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During the months of January and February the art exhibition in the Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation’
Bruce Johnson is a full-time Atlanta artist whose current work focuses on the human and personal connectedness of members of the civil rights movement of the mid-1950s. His entries include several larger-than-
The Ebony Stitcher's Quilt Guild is the premier metro Atlanta guild for quilters of color. Eight guild members, all skilled fiber artists and quilters, are exhibiting 16 pieces of fabric art with African-American themes. African fabrics and themes are also emphasized. The Guild holds several exhibitions throughout the year. A major exhibition each summer at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts and Community Center in DeKalb County is part of the National Black Arts Festival. The Art Gallery at the Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation is privileged to present their work.
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