Susan Taylor, one of my favorite sources of inspiration and formed editor-in-chief of Essence magazine, is hosting the Harlem Fine Arts Show 2011 Opening Night this Feb. 25. In a tribute to Black History Month, one of the nation’s largest and most prestigious collections of works by African American artists will be showcased during the exhibit, which runs from February 25-27 at the historic Riverside Church in Harlem.
Proceeds from Friday night’s benefit will go to Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention in Harlem, which is dedicated to providing quality oncology care for medically underserved New Yorker.
More than 100 artists and galleries will be featured at the 20011 Harlem Fine Arts Show.
What a way to give back to the community and celebrate the arts. Giving back not only provides a sense of fulfillment, but can also result in positive publicity.
Kudos to Ms. Su san Taylor and the Harlem Fine Arts Show 2011.
Good works in the community result in positive publicity and a sense of fulfillment. Clearly you shouldn’t volunteer for a community effort just to reap publicity benefits, but hey, the added benefit sure doesn’t hurt.