KeyBank African-American Arts Festival honors Dayton visual artists.
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(Dayton, OH) – January 28, 2010 – Victoria Theatre Association and EbonNia Gallery present the sixth annual Visual Voices art exhibit returning to the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, February 1 – 28, as part of the KeyBank African American Arts Festival.
Victoria Theatre Association is once again collaborating with Willis “Bing” Davis of EbonNia Gallery , curator and a contributing artist for Visual Voices. Willis “Bing” Davis has served as an enriching influence both artistically and educationally in the city of Dayton. Additionally he serves as a mentor to artists from his own EbonNia Gallery. Davis supports Visual Voices with his continued vision of assembling exhibitions that enhance public awareness and appreciation for the artistic contributions of Dayton’s African-American citizens.
All artwork in the exhibit is created by African-American artists from the Dayton-area. These artists strive to make the Miami Valley region one that flourishes with creativity and a great appreciation for the arts.
On display from February 1 - 28, Visual Voices is free and open to the public and viewable when the Schuster Center is open. The exhibit is located in the Mead Theatre lobby at the Schuster Center, adjacent to the Wintergarden.
Visual Voices is sponsored by The Dayton Power and Light Company Foundation. Visual Voices is part of Victoria Theatre Association’s third African-American Arts Festival, which is sponsored by KeyBank.
For more information about Visual Voices and the African-American Arts Festival, visit www.victoriatheatre.com and click on “African-American Arts Festival.”