Art in The Atrium’s 29th annual exhibition and sale of African American art, entitled Into the Light, will spotlight mixed-media artist Rosalind Nzinga Nichol and the works of 30 other established and emerging African American artists. This virtual group exhibit will open online on Juneteenth (June 19) and run through October 22, 2021. The exhibit is available online at https://artintheatrium.org/.
Happily, there will also be an in-person Opening Event in celebration of the exhibit – on Saturday, June 19, 2021 at The Artist Baker’s back patio, 16 Cattano Ave., Morristown, NJ. There will be a meet and greet from 3-7pm followed by a talk by featured artist, Rosalind Nzinga Nichol, at 4pm. Attend in-person or watch the program via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89061439323. Additional information about the exhibit and event are available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/into-the-light-opening-juneteenth-event-tickets-157365150401.
A non-profit volunteer arts organization, Art in the Atrium (ATA) has championed Black art excellence since its inception nearly three decades ago and has proudly exhibited fine art from the African diaspora at the Atrium Gallery (working with Morris Arts) and at other venues throughout northern New Jersey.
Its annual exhibition, the largest of its kind in the state of New Jersey, has been a successful showcase of art by emerging and established artists. In 2001 and again in 2016, the organization was named “Arts Organization of the Year” by Morris Arts. ATA annually awards a scholarship to a promising visual arts student. In 2020, ATA pivoted to an online art gallery to support ATA’s mission and raise funds to support the scholarship program. In the first week of the virtual art show, ATA made an astounding $20,000 in art sales. The virtual art gallery is viewable HERE and at artintheatrium.org .
Don’t miss the exhibit video HERE, (with comments by ATA Executive Director Lauren LeBeaux Craig, Morris County Commissioners and the featured artist, Rosalind Nzinga Nichol) and catch Morris County’s coverage HERE and coverage in MorristownGreen.com HERE.