The exhibition showcases the work of Huntsville Black Photographers with over 40 photographic pieces the group believes will challenge the sensitivity of today’s issues and captivate and excite thoughts in the viewer’s mind.
“We are for the community and of the community,” said Edward Glover, president of Huntsville Black Photographers (HSVBP), noting that through weekly meetups and annual photography challenges, the organization has grown while developing new young photographers, redefining unity and collectively serving the community. “We are so grateful to Arts Huntsville for providing us the opportunity to display our works and talents.”
The Gallery is free and open to the public so make your plans visit today. The show will be on view at the Von Braun Center until August 30.