The Black History Month-themed display "African Heritage" will have a reception on Tuesday night at Pembroke Pines' Glass Gallery.
(Pascal Pierre Louis/Courtesy / February 3, 2014)
The Black History Month-themed display of works capturing landmark moments in African-American history is drawn from a collection of a dozen local artists. Highlights include Bryan Favors’ original sculptures and artifacts, Betty Pinkney’s autobiographical paintings and Elizabeth Perry’s emancipation-themed works. An opening reception for the show, which opened Jan. 22, runs 7-9 p.m. Tuesday at the Glass Gallery at Pembroke Pines City Hall (10100 Pines Blvd.). Free, includes wine and hors d’oeuvres. The exhibit closes March 17. 954-435-6520 or PPines.com.
- Phillip Valys
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