36th Annual Black Doll Show

  • Ongoing: until Saturday, February 18, 2017
  • Friday: 3:59pm
  • Where: William, Grant Still Art Center, 2620 S. West View St., Los Angeles
  • Cost: Free
  • Age limit: Not available

“Paper, Plastic, Ceramics, and Wood” exhibit continues through Feb. 18 at the William, Grant Still Art Center, 2620 S. West View St., Los Angeles. Influenced by African artists who use recycled and repurposed materials, and in an effort to be green and sensitive to our environment, the 36th annual Black Doll Show asked artists to mine their studios, kitchens, and thrift stores for raw materials, mixing old and new to create contemporary works of art that move beyond traditional doll making.
Artists in this year’s show include Adah Glenn (Afropuff), Amaechina Doreen, Audrey Chan, Barbara Flemings, Beverly Collins, D. Castro, Dolores Johnson, Ingrid Elburg, Judy Ragagli, Karl Jean-Guerly Petion, Kimberly J. Wilfong Sigman, Lavialle Campbell, Marita Dingus, Mark Steven Greenfield, Roz Brown, Sandra Zebi, Stephanie Moore, Suesan Stovall, Sybil McMiller, Teresa Tolliver, Timothy Washington, Timothy Bellavia, and more.

This event was posted Jan. 20, 2017 and last updated Jan. 20, 2017