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Apr
14
Fri
Vibrate Higher @ South Fulton county Art Center
Apr 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Vibrate Higher @ South Fulton county Art Center | Atlanta | Georgia | United States

On April 14th 2017, South Fulton County Art Center will debut a new Invitational Exhibition titled “Vibrate Higher.” This exhibition will be the second installment of the new NEXT LEVEL ARTSHOW series at S.F.A.C.

A person’s vibration is a direct reflection of their inner thoughts, feelings, beliefs, choice of words, how well they take care of themselves, the natural environment, and others around them. Your vibration is your divine signature, your soul essence, and it is special only to you! “In today’s social, political, and economic atmosphere, it is even more important than ever to not only hold, but project a healthier state of being. As artists, it is our calling to do so. The Vibrate Higher Exhibition will be a collective step in that direction!” – Artist/Curator Ralph “rEN” Dillard

NEXT LEVEL ART SHOW 2017

Title: Vibrate Higher

Opening Date: 4/14/17 7pm – 9:30pm

Location: South Fulton county Art Center

Address: 4645 Butner Rd, College Park, GA 30349

Phone:(404) 612-3087

Art Center Manager : Tony Jordan

Curator: Ralph “rEN” Dillard PH# 678-755-3146

Admission: Free and open to the public

Also featuring NEXT LEVEL performances by: Eldridge Simms Jazz Quartet

Apr
15
Sat
Emory University’s Taste of Africa @ Emory Conference Center Hotel
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Emory University's Taste of Africa @ Emory Conference Center Hotel | Atlanta | Georgia | United States

Taste of Africa is an event that encourages unity between people from different backgrounds while simultaneously informing individuals from both the Emory community and outside the Emory community about African culture. Specifically, this year’s Taste Of Africa will feature food, art, music, fashion, and other entertainment from a variety of cultures within Africa and the larger African Diaspora community.

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Apr
14
Fri
Vibrate Higher @ South Fulton county Art Center
Apr 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Vibrate Higher @ South Fulton county Art Center | Atlanta | Georgia | United States

On April 14th 2017, South Fulton County Art Center will debut a new Invitational Exhibition titled “Vibrate Higher.” This exhibition will be the second installment of the new NEXT LEVEL ARTSHOW series at S.F.A.C.

A person’s vibration is a direct reflection of their inner thoughts, feelings, beliefs, choice of words, how well they take care of themselves, the natural environment, and others around them. Your vibration is your divine signature, your soul essence, and it is special only to you! “In today’s social, political, and economic atmosphere, it is even more important than ever to not only hold, but project a healthier state of being. As artists, it is our calling to do so. The Vibrate Higher Exhibition will be a collective step in that direction!” – Artist/Curator Ralph “rEN” Dillard

NEXT LEVEL ART SHOW 2017

Title: Vibrate Higher

Opening Date: 4/14/17 7pm – 9:30pm

Location: South Fulton county Art Center

Address: 4645 Butner Rd, College Park, GA 30349

Phone:(404) 612-3087

Art Center Manager : Tony Jordan

Curator: Ralph “rEN” Dillard PH# 678-755-3146

Admission: Free and open to the public

Also featuring NEXT LEVEL performances by: Eldridge Simms Jazz Quartet

Apr
15
Sat
Emory University’s Taste of Africa @ Emory Conference Center Hotel
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Emory University's Taste of Africa @ Emory Conference Center Hotel | Atlanta | Georgia | United States

Taste of Africa is an event that encourages unity between people from different backgrounds while simultaneously informing individuals from both the Emory community and outside the Emory community about African culture. Specifically, this year’s Taste Of Africa will feature food, art, music, fashion, and other entertainment from a variety of cultures within Africa and the larger African Diaspora community.