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PGAHC and Bowie State University’s FPAC Host October 30th Panel Discussion on Public Art

Rhonda Dallas
Prince George’s Arts 
and Humanities Council
301-277-1402 or
RDallas@pgahc.org

PGAHC and Bowie State University’s FPAC
 Host October 30th Panel Discussion on Public Art

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Panelists Ayokunle Odeleye, Martha Jarvis-Jackson, Cheryl Foster and Akili Ron Anderson (L-R)

On October 30th, in conjunction with the 32 year retrospective exhibition of the work of Ayokunle Odeleye, Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council and Bowie State University’s Fine and Performing Arts Center  ( FPAC) will host a panel discussion on Public Art.

The discussion will take place from 6-9 p.m. in the Recital Hall of Bowie State University’s FPAC. Odeyele will be joined by award winning artists Akili Ron Anderson, Cheryl Foster and Martha Jackson-Jarvis. This event is open to the public.

For more information contact

Clayton Lang | clang@bowiestate.edu | 301-860-3719

This is sponsored in part by Maryland State Arts Council.

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About neenajoe

Joe’s Movement Emporium is a cultural arts hub that acts as a catalyst for creativity and economic opportunity for all through productions and programs in education, artist services and work readiness. Located in the town center of Mount Rainier, Maryland within the Prince George’s County Gateway Arts District, the organization supports and promotes creative projects of local artists and community groups. For additional information on programs and events, please visit www.joesmovement.org

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