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This Month in Black Art

Ella West Gallery opened in downtown Durham, N.C., with the launch of its inaugural exhibition Return to Parrish Street: A Dream Realized. The gallery showcases extraordinary new works from North Carolina artists Kennedi Carter and Clarence Heyward and North Carolina native Ransome, and honor the legacy of its location in the heart of Durham’s historic Black Wall Street district.

This exhibition marks a significant milestone for Ella West Gallery as it endeavors to create a vibrant artistic space that champions underrepresented artists and cultivates a new era in the world of art. Nestled within the heart of Durham’s historic Black Wall Street district and located on Parrish Street in the building that once housed the printing presses of The Durham Reformer, a 1920s-era Black newspaper, the gallery is poised to act again as a destination for raising marginalized voices.

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