Strokes of genius, artist meet-up in Urbana a success

BIPOC art collective
URBANA - Digital artist Kamau Grantham (center) talks to fellow artists at a meet-up for the CU BIPOC Artist Collective at the Gallery Art Bar on Wednesday. Co-sponsored by the City of Urbana’s Arts & Culture Program and the University of Illinois College of Fine and Applied Art, the event drew more than three dozen Champaign-Urbana artists specializing in various forms of media and expression. Organizers plan to sponsor future events bringing together talented and creative individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous, or Person of Color in the local community to network and share their experiences.

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