The Kaiser Art Gallery receives Certificate of Recognition
Councilwoman Dorothy L. Goosby from District 1 in Nassau County attended the opening reception on Sunday, July 13 for the Long Island Black Artists Association/Charles Winslow Memorial Exhibition. The Kaiser Art Gallery received a Certificate of Recognition from the Town of Hempstead presented by Councilwoman Goosby.
In addition, Dean Daniel McGann and his wife Eileen and Professor Hwa Young Caruso and her husband Professor John Caruso also attended.
The Frank and Gertrude Art Gallery at Molloy College is currently exhibiting the work of the Long Island Black Artists Association in honor of Charles Winslow, a past president and a founding member of the group. Winslow, as he liked to be called, died this spring and this exhibition is dedicated to his love of Art and his long time association and the groups association with Molloy College.
The Long Island Black Artists Association is one of the oldest arts organizations in existence on Long Island and has over 400 members at times. Artists will include BA Djibril Ngawa, Brent Bailer, David Wilson, Deborah Corbin-Young, Dorris Campbell, Ethel Washington, Galvin Bisserup, James Whitten, Kenneth Smith, Maxine Townsend-Broderick, Neil Williams, Olita Jenkins, Rebecca Fowler, and Rosa Hanna Scott.
Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. for the months of July and August. For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 516-323-3196.