The “Winston and Carolyn Lowe Lecture Series” will be the signature program during the Harlem Fine Arts Shows’ third day. The lecture series, organized by Winston and Carolyn Lowe, will feature influential thought leaders in the art world. Attendees will learn about the importance of African-American and African Diaspora art and its impact on the aesthetic of the art world in the U.S. and globally.
The panel of experts who will kick off the lecture series include panel moderator Harry Philbrick, the Edna S. Tuttleman director of the Museum of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the oldest American art museum in the US; Souleo, a contemporary art curator and syndicated columnist; Nigel Freeman, director of African American Fine Arts Department at the Swann Gallery; and Dr. Camara Holloway, assistant professor of American Art, University of Delaware, among others.
The fifth annual Harlem Fine Arts Show — a four-day exposition and one of the largest shows of its kind – will be held in Harlem’s historic Riverside Church complex from January 30th to February 2nd and feature contemporary painting, sculpture, and photography reflecting the African Diaspora. Works from around the globe will be on display and available for sale.
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10am – 11am: Continental Breakfast
11am – 1:30pm: Panel Discussion and Lunch
1:30pm – 2pm: Meet with panelists and various artists
2pm – 5pm: Tour of the Harlem Fine Arts Show