Indianapolis library hosts 18 black artists' work

INDIANAPOLIS - Visitors can meet 18 Indianapolis-area African-American artists through March 22 at the Indianapolis Central Library downtown.

The event is sponsored by the library's African-American History Committee.

The artists' works in a variety of media are on exhibit throughout the library.

Artists participating this year include Alpha Blackburn, Angela Fisher, Ashley Robinson, Carol E. Barnett, Denise Smith, Gary Gee, Ivery Wilson-Teague, Kenneth Hordge, Kim Ross Brown, Kris Komakech, Lj McCaleb-Doucoure, Nora Musu, Octavius Lettsome, Ray Howard, Jr., Rosemary Turentine, Samuel E. Vazquez, Teri Cox and Will Watson.

More information can be found at the library's website:

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