The Black Girl Art Show Pulls Into Raleigh Union Station

By Dominique Heath

The Black Girl Art Show held in Raleigh, North Carolina, on June 30th, celebrated the art and achievements of Black women artists, drawing attention to their creativity and passion through a diverse exhibition ranging from paintings to digital art. This event served as more than an art showcase; it was a movement promoting empowerment, heritage, and unity among artists and attendees alike. Including live performances and workshops, the show underscored the importance of community and art as tools for social change, leaving a lasting impact on all participants. Its success in Raleigh points to a promising future for the traveling show, furthering its mission to uplift Black women artists nationwide and demonstrating art’s power to inspire and unite.

See our Instagram and Facebook, @thecaronews, for footage of the event.

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