National Black Fine Art Show
January 29 - February 1, 2004
Alliance of African American Artists Foundation, Inc.
selected Galleries from across the United States
The Alliance of African American Artists Foundation, now located in
Indianapolis, Indiana, has again been invited to exhibit in the exclusive National
Black Fine Art Show NBFAS in Manhattan, New York, in 2004. This show is an
exclusive showing of the best in fine art by artists of African descent from
galleries around the globe. The Foundation's exhibition will include the work
of artists from across the United States; the group of artists includes: Ron
L. Anderson, Michael Anthony Brown, Sharon Barnes, Brian Joiner, Bill Rasdell,
and Carol White.
As this is an opportunity to share such a high quality event with other art
and culture enthusiasts, the AAAA Foundation is offering a low cost, high
quality art trip. The bus trip has been planned to originate in the cities of
Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, and Baltimore/Washington, DC. It is
a three day, two night trip that includes the following:
Roundtrip transportation on comfortable travel buses
Two Nights Marriott Hotel, Financial Center
Tickets to National Black Fine Art Show and
(Drowning Crow, Biltmore Theatre, starring Alfre Woodard and Anthony Mackie)
Studio Museum of Harlem Tour
...and other amenties to be announced!
Single Occupancy: $550 per person
Double Occupancy: $400 per person
Non-refundable deposits of $150 per person due on or before November 20,
2003, balance due by December 31, 2003. A great gift to yourself and/or a loved
one. Make your check or money order payable to: AAAA Foundation, Inc.
Fraternities, Sororities and other Organizations are welcome to participate on a
group basis, so bring your friends!
For any questions, e-mail email@example.com or call 317.931.0817.