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Colorado Celebration of African American Arts and Culture

Origins 2016

Brought to you in part by

                 The African American Visual Arts Avenue


The African American Visual Arts Avenue (sponsored in part by Denver Post Community) will be most prominent for festival attendees to enjoy and purchase artwork of professional and rising artists. Noted elite and seasoned African American visual artists will exhibit their finest original works. An all media show will include paintings, oils, acrylics and watercolors, drawings, etchings, pen, ink, charcoal and silk screen. Other media includes collage, photography, glass, fiber, wood carvings, jewelry, ceramics and sculpture.


   Come see and feel the world with us. Origins 2016