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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Use Paypal or credit card to order your calendar(s), give your mailing address, this will send us an email, acknowledging your donation. A calendar will be mailed to you, calendars are $20 each and $4 for mailing. If you do not have a credit card, mail check or money order to: AAVAG, 840 Germantown Street, Dayton, OH 45402 or call Craig Screven at (937) 597-9074 to order calendars for local delivery. Go to our "Donate" page to order through Paypal.
We are conducting an extended time reception for the convenience of our many friends and supporters whose schedules are so varied. All COVID compliant measures will be adhered to, MASKS are required . Simeon uses a variety of mediums in his artwork, aerosol acrylic sprays, pen paints, Oil paints, graphite, on canvas, paper and burlap.
Contact Simeon at (937) 516-2394, email: email@example.com and on instagram at Iamtm1
An "Annual Art Day" Covid19 controlled event was held on September 19 at CSUD from 8 am to 12:30 pm. Three workshops were held that ran concurrently. The size of participants in the work shops were limited to 7 participants each. Workshop facilitators were Carol Rogers, Yetunde Rodriquez and Erin Glenn. Thanks goes out to the Program Development Committee who put this event together and established safety measures for the Covid pandemic. The coordinator for this event was David Redmon. All particpants had to wear masks and keep a distance from one another of 6 feet.