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Art of the African Diaspora 2024

January 24 - March 16

Exhibition at Richmond Art Center: January 24 – March 16, 2024
Reception: Saturday, January 27, 2pm-4pm  |  More info…
Artistic Achievement Awardee Talk: Saturday, January 27, 12pm-1:30pm  |  More info…
Featured Speakers: Richard Mayhew & Foad Satterfield: Saturday, February 10, 12pm-1:30pm  |  More info…
Closing Party: Saturday, March 16, 2pm-4pm  |  More info…

Open Studios: Feb 24-25, Mar 2-3, Mar 9-10, 2024
Satellite Exhibitions: Throughout January, February, March and April

Now in its 27th year, Art of the African Diaspora continues to express and celebrate the creative achievements of artists of African descent. This year, over 150 artists showcase their work at Richmond Art Center, as well as in open studios and satellite exhibitions at different venues around the Bay Area.

Artistic Achievement Award Winners from 2023 and featured artists in the exhibition are John BroussardValerie Brown-Troutt, and Stacy Mootoo. The exhibition also includes a special tribute to Hilda Robinson.

2024 Artistic Achievement Award Winners: Deborah ButlerKim Champion, and Carrie Lee McClish


Additional AOTAD satellite exhibitions featuring artist Chamia LaRae:
Women’s Cancer Resource Center (Berkeley, CA)
Exhibition: February 1 – February 29
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 16, 5-7pm

Warehouse 416 (Oakland, CA)
Exhibition: February 2 – February 24
Opening Reception: Friday, February 2, 6-9pm
Saturday Stroll: Saturday February 3, 2-4pm
Closing Reception: Saturday, February 24, 1:30-3:30pm

Vibe Bistro (Richmond, CA)
Open Studio: March 9 – March 10, noon-4pm


January 24
March 16
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Richmond Art Center
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Richmond, CA 94804 United States
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