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Dakoro Art Studio Fuses Atlanta's Art Scene And Community
By: Dakoro Art Gallery
Dakoro Art Gallery made history in 2016 when it was minted Sandy Springs' first and only African-American owned art gallery. Since inception, the gallery has served as cultural glue for individuals from different walks of life, financial classes and backgrounds. His public and private art exhibits have garnered the attention of thousands of eyes, media outlets, schools and people looking to expand their own creative visions.
Because of its growing popularity, the gallery has been frequented by celebrities like supermodel and Real Housewives Of Atlanta cast member Cynthia Bailey, Outkast's Andre 3000, actor Terayle Hill, author Duane Cummings, and Miss Liberia USA, Naomi Nucia.
2018 has proven to be an abundant year for the gallery as it has hosted sold out events like: The Freedom Art Exhibit, The Brown Collection Art Exhibit, The Art Of Fashion, Lead The Change, Funny Bunny Easter Art, the Brother Man Fine Art Exhibit and most recently the NYG4Life Ladies Night event.
Answering the demand of the gallery's fan base, Edwards released plans for a September launch of regularly scheduled, robust interactive experiences to include:
· Bars & Brushes
· Dakoro Live Art Night
· Gender Roles
· Ladies Night
· Artist Night
· Wine Down Podcast "LIVE"
· And more
The Man Behind The Movement:
Originally from Syracuse, New York, Dakoro Edwards is a highly sought after, multi-dimensional artist. His art portfolio spans from canvas to mural to shoe design to clothing. He is the founder of the NCOG Movement, Lead The Change Panel, 9thAndNorth apparel and other profound community betterment efforts.
For more information on events or to purchase artwork, visit: https://dakoroedwards.com or stop by 227 Sandy Springs Place NE, Suite 522, Atlanta, GA
Follow the movement on Instagram at: @DakoroArt and @DakoroArtGallery
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Page Updated Last on: Aug 12, 2018