The opening show was a great success! The JCAAA artists who particated in the show are: John Wise, Marsha Hatcher, Overstreet Ducasse, Gil Mayers, Roosevelt Watson III, Annelies Dykgraaf, Suzanne Pickett, Princess Rashid, and Suzzette Solano.
We had several crowds of people come through. The purpose of this show is the challenge the viewer to increase their awareness and knowledge about African American Art and Artists directly. That's the Bottom Line!
The Kent Gallery of Florida Community College of Jacksonville cordially invites you and your guest to the opening of the JCAAA show, "The Bottom Line".
Opening Reception: Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Time: 6-8 pm
Kent Gallery, E-112
Refreshments will be served.
The exhibit will continue through Tuesday, February 21, 2006.
Well the show was a great success! The opening was last night, Tuesday, Jan. 17th from 6-8 pm.
Thank you Kerry Roth (FCCJ Student Activities), Marsha Hatcher for curating the show, and all the JCAAA members that participated! Also a special thanks to Sarah Gay (Director of Art in Public Places Program) and Mr. & Mrs. Williams of the Jacksonville Advocate for coming out and supporting this JCAAA event.
Artists in the Photo (From Left to Right)- Annelies Dykgraaf, Solomon Dixon, Suzanne Pickett, Gil Mayers, Suzzette Solano, Marsha Hatcher, Overstreet Ducasse, and Princess Rashid
Artists in the Photo (Standing from Left to Right): Overstreet Ducasse, Gil Mayers, Suzanne Pickett, Roosevelt Watson III, Solomon Dixon, Marsha Hatcher
Artists in Photo ( Kneeling from Left to Right): Princess Rashid, Annelies Dygraaf, Suzzette Solano
The exhibit will feature the unique work of Solomon Dixon, Overstreet Ducasse, Annelies M. Dykgraaf, Marsha Hatcher, Gil Mayers, Suzanne Shine Pickett, Princess Simpson Rashid, Suzzette Solano, Roosevelt Watson III, and John Wise.
Tuesday, January 17, 2006 6:00-8:00pm
Florida Community College at Jacksonville North Campus Art Gallery invites you and your guests to the opening reception of a multi-media exhibit by the: Exhibit continues through February 21, 2006. For information, directions and to RSVP please call 766-6786. The North Campus Art Gallery is located on the third floor inside the Library, Room D-301.