Annual fine arts show returning to Harlem

January 14, 2014 by  

The 5th annual Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS) is taking place for three days this January and February.

This year’s show is a presentation of the NFL Players Association and HFAS, and will feature art works from over 80 galleries and artists. This includes paintings, sculpture and photographs. Eric Edwards will also be presenting a display of various African artifacts that he has collected.

Artists who are set to display their works at this year’s show include Woodrow Nash, Christine Osborne and Ron Witherspoon. Guests will also have the chance to meet many of the artists and gallery owners. There should definitely be something to appeal to every taste.

In addition to art displays, there will be live entertainment, a networking night and a special exhibit Galerie d’Haiti which will feature Haitian art, music and food. Those who can’t wait can also attend the opening night reception.

Organizers of the event are still seeking volunteers to help run this event.

No doubt this annual show will attract visitors from all over the New York City area including nearby Brooklyn. Given that there is a chance to network, now would be the ideal time to order some business card printing ahead of the event.

The 2014 Harlem Fine Arts Show is taking place at Riverside Church from January 31 until February 2. Admission is $20 per day or $50 for all three days. The opening reception will take place on January 30. To learn more about the show, or to volunteer, call 800-376-2860.

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