Excerpt from the King Arts Complex press release for their 27th Anniversary Gala held 5/17/14:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mark Cardwell Marketing Director 614-645-0636 firstname.lastname@example.org
The King Arts Complex celebrates the 27th anniversary Gala!
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Performing and Cultural Arts Complex (The King Arts Complex) is celebrating the 27th Anniversary Gala on Saturday May 17, 2014.
This years VIP reception and program begins at 7:00 p.m. honoring local renowned artists Aminah Robinson, Kojo Kamau, Ron Anderson, Abdi Roble and Talle Bamazi. The program will be held in the historic Pythian Theater featuring stunning larger than life paintings of each artist by Talle Bamazi.
Napoleon Bell of Columbus Government Television and co-host Toni Teague have graciously agreed to host “A Conversation with Our Treasures.” The conversation will be the feature of the VIP program. The presentation will be an interview-style dialogue with all of the artists in a comfortable living room style setting with soft seating. We anticipate the interview to be light and last about thirty minutes. In addition, the program will include a welcome from local dignitaries and a live auction to benefit our youth education program.
The VIP reception and program is followed by the Gala at 8:00 p.m. Columbus’s premier party with a purpose! Featured artists are acclaimed contemporary jazz artist Rachelle Ferrell and hip hop legend Chubb Rock.
The 27th Anniversary Gala is an evening filled with soulful music, dancing, fine cuisine, live entertainment, valet parking, and more. All proceeds support The King Arts Complex programs such as:
‘King Kids’ Youth Education
24 Free Community Events
Please join Nationwide Insurance and The King Arts Complex as we honor our local treasures and party with a purpose. Tickets are available online at www.kingartscomplex.com or via phone at 614-645-5464
Founded in 1987, The King Arts Complex has received national recognition and is one of the only multi-disciplinary arts institutions deeply rooted in the historic, artistic and cultural traditions of African Americans. Our mission is to preserve and celebrate this rich history while developing greater understanding and harmony among all people.
Visit our online art dealer to purchase Ron's paintings. Major credit cards accepted (This link takes you to Absolute Arts/World Wide Arts Resources)
Ron Anderson Studio P. O. Box 340241 Columbus, Ohio 43234
Ron Anderson Robin Anderson (Web site updated January 2024)
Artist owns all rights to copyright, and reproduction of his artwork as prescribed by the Copyright law of the United States of America. Images should not be reproduced without the explicit written permission of the artist. Buyer is responsible for all Shipping and Handling charges, and any applicable Sales Tax/Duties. Paintings are sold unframed.