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Zuka Arts Guild Exhibit at Vaughn Cultural Center

January 11-March 15, 2010
Vaughn Cultural Center
3701 Grandel Square
St. Louis, MO 63108

The opening for the Zuka Arts Guild exhibit at St. Louis' Vaughn Cultural Center left us deeply satisfied.

"The Zuka Arts Guild seeks to promote knowledge of and participation in the visual arts through exhibitions, teaching programs, workshops, seminars and selected public art projects. The Guild is dedicated to artist development through inter-organizational skill sharing. Zuka will contribute to community educational and cultural enrichment through the promotion and exhibition of art executed by artists of all proficiency levels. The Guild is non-sectarian, non-partisan and non-profit." The Zuka Arts Guild brings together some of the best work of St. Louis African American fine artists.

See the biographies of all ten of the Zuka Arts Guild members.

My friend Joe LaMarque's artwork in in represented among the other fine artists.

A collaborative exhibit featuring the works of:

Kenneth Calvert
Andrea Hughes
Joseph LaMarque
Alfred Brooks
Ronald Young
Robert Campbell
Jean Brantley
Gundia Lock Clay

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