Eleven local and regional artist explore the theme of an AIDS-free world in the exhibit “When Morning Comes: A World Without AIDS” opening at The City College of New York Wednesday, November 20. The presentation runs through December 20.
The artists’ works will be on display in two locations on the City College campus: the Aaron Davis Hall Gallery at 135th Street and Convent Ave., and the Windows on Amsterdam Community Gallery at 160 Convent Ave. near 136th Street.
An opening reception for the exhibit will be held 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 20, at the Aaron Davis Hall Gallery.
Participating artists are: Charnae Betton, Aleathia Brown, Lenore Browne, Sophia Domeville, Flash, Giannina Gutierrez, Arlene Kweli Jones, Mariana Manolaiche, Antwan Minter, eDeRuth and Sandra Thwaites.
City College’s Office of Government and Community Affairs is presenting the exhibit. Dr. Myrah Brown Green, CCNY executive director, arts and culture, is the curator.
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