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[…] The AAMAF is also part of the Soul Basel and Art of Black Miami marketing vehicle that brings awareness to Black art for all perspectives that include African-American, Latin, Afro Cuban, Caribbean and African artistic and cultural exhibition and programming. […]
The emerging Arts District of historic Overtown continues to grow as the arts and culture mecca of South Florida.The Urban Collective leads the way for innovation and creativity with the fifth installment of their Art Africa Miami Arts Fair (AAMAF). This year, AAMAF will be hosted by The Black Archives Historic Lyric Theatre Cultural Arts Complex (819 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, Florida). The exhibition starts December 2, 2015, and will run through December 6 daily from 11:00am-6:00pm.
Description: Art is authentically a part of Historic Overtown’s soul that has a history of contributions from artists like Purvis Young, Gene Tinney, Adonis Parker and others who continue to create energy for the #HistoricOvertown community. Architect and thought leader behind the AAMAF, Mr. D. Neil Hall, AIA, continues to be at the forefront nurturing the narrative that art and culture is the vital resource to transform the Overtown community.
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