About this Event
555 North Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston, GAhttp://sites.gsu.edu/perimetercollegeart/gallery/ #SeeYourselfInTheArts TheArtsAreForEveryone
The Perimeter Main Fine Arts Gallery presents
Black Arts Matter
a Selection of works from
Jarrod Barnes, Kelvin Bulluck, Patience Cooper, and Dr. L. Nyrobi N. Moss,
TheBLVD is a community of creative professionals who invest together to reach shared goals. By working together, we can provide more of us with opportunities that none of us may get alone.
We are committed to supporting creatives of all disciplines and from all backgrounds. We also understand the unique challenges that face creatives of color.
Created in late 2020, The Black Arts Matter initiative seeks to uplift and amplify the voices of Black and other creatives by developing opportunities to center them.
Through this initiative, we've:
Developed the Black Arts Matter Directory providing artists of color with a free, searchable, customizable public-facing page, organized in one easy-to-find location.
Awarded funding and development opportunities to artists of color through our BLVD Project grants and TheBLVD Boost.
And now, supporting artists have come together to put up this first Black Arts Matter gallery show with Perimeter College Fine Arts. While no one voice is ever representative of all the voices in any community, we have selected these artists from different backgrounds, training, and mediums to share their work together as a sample.
We invite you to discover, create and share new works from all these voices and more, including your own.
The Main Gallery is in the South Entrance to the Fine Arts Building (Building CF, facing Campus)
Main Fine Arts Gallery hours:
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Unless Campus Hours Change
The Exhibits are free and open to the public.
For information call 678-891-3562
GPS: 3735 Memorial College Avenue, Clarkston 30021 (Entrance to parking lot 3)
Through December 13th
Masks and Face covering
Everyone is encouraged to wear a mask or face covering while inside campus facilities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone — whether vaccinated or not — wear face coverings while on our campuses.