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The Art of Four Artist Reception

Photo by Beth Devillier Uploaded by Artpace San Antonio
Alisha B. Wormsley’s "There are Black People in the Future" on view at Artpace.
Join Artpace for an artist reception for The Art of Four, which will include a pop up by artists, free food and drinks from local Black-owned businesses, Sweet Yams and Weathered Souls, and live music by DJ Jevonchi. Participating artists include: Akaimi Davis, Alethia Jones, Claudette Hopkins, Clyde D Lewis, Delone’ Osby, Drew “Yodi” Johnson, Kaldric Dow, Kwanzaa Edwards, Nakia The Artist, Ronney Edwards, Scott Kengart, Wardell Picquet, Cheryl Handy, Hoi Ellis, Kim Crittenden, and Roger Price. This event is free and open to the public.

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  • Artpace

    445 N. Main Ave., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 212-4900

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