Board of Trustees
Constance Johnson, President
April Alford, Vice-Presidennt
B. Cato Mayberry
TO PURCHASE A 2017-2018 EXHIBITION CALENDAR GO TO OUR DONATE PAGE (or click on the calendar below). Proceeds go to our next project and helping young emerging artists.
YOU CAN ALSO PURCHASE AT THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES:
Third Perk Coffee House & Wine Bar, 46 W. 5th street in Dayton
Grandview Gift Shop, 405 W. Grand Avenue in Dayton
EbonNia Gallery, 1135 W. Third Street in Dayton
USE PAYPAL OR CREDIT CARD TO ORDER YOUR CALENDAR(S), GIVE YOUR MAILING ADDRESS,THIS WILL SEND US AN EMAIL, ACKNOWLEDGING YOUR PURCHASE OF CATALOG(S) AND A CATALOG WILL BE MAILED TO YOU. CATALOGS ARE $20 EACH, AND $4.00 FOR MAILING, IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A CREDIT CARD, MAIL CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO: AAVAG PO BOX 28148, DAYTON, OH 45428 OR CALL CLIFF DARRETT AT (937)263-9907 TO ORDER CATALOGS FOR LOCAL DELIVERY.
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P.O. Box 28148
Dayton, OH 45428
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Exposition Through Art-Wright Dunbar Village-Wolf Creek Project Art Exhibit Art
For information about the artists or their work please contact us by email: Clifford Darrett
Welcome to the African American Visual Artists Guild
Adding new hues to the visual arts rainbow in the Miami Valley.
The African American Visual Artists Guild (AAVAG), of Dayton, Ohio, was born out of the need to express visually the African American experience through a wide range of styles and subject matter using many diverse approaches and materials with a focus on communicating the artist's own spirituality.
We represent and support the creative diversity of the African community and it's relationship with contemporary society.
This organization shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant for membership or employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, age, sexual orientation or disability, and shall take such affirmative action as necessary to ensure that applicants are employed or become members and are treated equally during employment or membership.
Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms Call For Entries
The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center (a division of Ohio History Connection) and the African American Visual Artists Guild are pleased to announce the fourth annual Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms national juried art show. The deadline for submissions is Friday, March 10, 2017. The show will include both two and three dimensional art in a wide variety of mediums. All artwork will be reviewed by a panel of three nationally known jurors. The jurors will also select artwork for cash prizes totaling $6,000. Click here for more details and an entry form.
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Please share this information with any associates, friends, or students that may also be interested in participating. We look forward to receiving your entry!