Contact: Frank Williams, Jr., Executive Director
White Plains Youth Bureau
City Of White Plains To Celebrate 8th Annual “Harlem Fine Arts Show Comes To White Plains”
White Plains, NY – February 4, 2019: The Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS), presenting a broad collection of work (paintings, photographs, books, jewelry, and sculptures) by African and African American artists, returns to White Plains for its 8th year. The Annual Event will take place 6:00 p.m.to 9:00 p.m., Thursday, March 28, 2019 at the Reckson Metro Center, 360 Hamilton Avenue, in White Plains.
Frank Williams, Jr. Executive Director of the White Plains Youth Bureau said that “White Plains is the center of commerce and culture for Westchester County. It’s important that we showcase African American Artists for their influence in shaping the way in which we interact, and our way of living. This year’s Special Recognition honorees include musicians Dez Watson, and James Farley. The Art Show will also honor successful educators, for their contributions and leadership, in the field of education, impacting the lives of youth and adults. The honorees are Paul Bratcher, Director of Alternatives Programs at Rochambeau School, White Plains;
Dr. Tahira DuPree Chase, Superintendent of the Greenburgh Central School District; and
Dr. Belinda Miles, President of Westchester Community College. Music will be provided by Jasper Cain and the Rhythm Collective.
Admission is $30 per adult, $10 for students with college ID, FREE for youth 18, and younger. The White Plains Harlem Fine Arts Show is sponsored in collaboration with the White Plains Youth Bureau (Frank Williams, Jr. Executive Director), Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.- Westchester Alumnae Chapter (Danielle Henry, President), and the Harlem Fine Arts Show (Dion Clark, Founder).
For more information, contact:
White Plains Youth Bureau: 914-422-1378
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – Westchester Alumnae Chapter at: [email protected]