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.
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Convergence is a group exhibition that brings two of Dayton's art organizations, the African American Visual Artists Guild (AAVAG) and the Dayton Society of Artists (DSA) together to celebrate commonalities, past and future partnerships and shared mediums in which their artists create. Book an appointment to see the exhibit in person at 937 228-4532. You can also see the exhibit virtually at:
On Saturday January 9th, AAVAG's Program Development Committee members attended the exhibit that was following strict coronovirus guidelines for attending inside the gallery. The gallery is located at 48 North High street and appointments must be made before hand to see the exhibit. Amanda Grieve, Director of Dayton Society of Artist is also pictured here with Andrea Cummings. The exhibit runs to January 23, 2021