City of Orlando Black History Month Gallery: African Americans and the Arts

  • 400 S Orange Ave Orlando, FL 32801

The arts are an intrinsic part of Black heritage and culture, for this reason, the City of Orlando hosted an Open Call for local artists to showcase the diverse richness of African American history and heritage through the visual arts.

After evaluating all the art submissions, a diverse group of 26 visual artists were chosen to showcase their art pieces at the city’s Black History Month Art Exhibition in the Terrace Gallery at Orlando City Hall.

The art exhibit runs from February 2 – March 31, 2024, and residents and visitors are encouraged to visit the Terrace Gallery to enjoy a beautiful display of creativity, inspiration and cultural heritage of African American visual artists.

The visual artists participating in the exhibition are:

  • Alberto Gómez
  • Alexandra Vasconcelos (Xanda)
  • Alfred Williams
  • Ali Nasir Badele
  • Angela Mulrain Bryan
  • Anthony Darby
  • Beth Totillo
  • Delia Miller
  • Deymar Hansen
  • Dominique Tynes
  • Ernest Jones
  • Fitzroy Dacres
  • Heidi Marrero
  • Hosea Moseley
  • Isabella DeCosmo
  • Jamaal JL Harris
  • Jordan Jones
  • Jorge Alvarez De La Torre
  • Pascal Fouquet
  • Ridge Boonick
  • Robert Rell
  • Ronald Kelly
  • Sharard Saddlers
  • Tasanee Durrett
  • Victor Wilson
  • Wonda J. Granville

About the Terrace Gallery

The City Hall Terrace Gallery opened in 1992. It features works from national and international artists and frequently spotlights Florida artists. The gallery's portable walls allow us to arrange each exhibit in a way that best highlight the artworks. The Terrace Gallery reflects the city’s dedication to the arts, and it provides a space where visual artists can share their insight with the community.

Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 12 – 5 p.m.

Dates:
February 2, 2024 - March 31, 2024
Recurrence:
Recurring daily
Price:
Free
Time:
Varies by Date

The arts are an intrinsic part of Black heritage and culture, for this reason, the City of Orlando hosted an Open Call for local artists to showcase the diverse richness of African American history and heritage through the visual arts.

After evaluating all the art submissions, a diverse group of 26 visual artists were chosen to showcase their art pieces at the city’s Black History Month Art Exhibition in the Terrace Gallery at Orlando City Hall.

The art exhibit runs from February 2 – March 31, 2024, and residents and visitors are encouraged to visit the Terrace Gallery to enjoy a beautiful display of creativity, inspiration and cultural heritage of African American visual artists.

The visual artists participating in the exhibition are:

  • Alberto Gómez
  • Alexandra Vasconcelos (Xanda)
  • Alfred Williams
  • Ali Nasir Badele
  • Angela Mulrain Bryan
  • Anthony Darby
  • Beth Totillo
  • Delia Miller
  • Deymar Hansen
  • Dominique Tynes
  • Ernest Jones
  • Fitzroy Dacres
  • Heidi Marrero
  • Hosea Moseley
  • Isabella DeCosmo
  • Jamaal JL Harris
  • Jordan Jones
  • Jorge Alvarez De La Torre
  • Pascal Fouquet
  • Ridge Boonick
  • Robert Rell
  • Ronald Kelly
  • Sharard Saddlers
  • Tasanee Durrett
  • Victor Wilson
  • Wonda J. Granville

About the Terrace Gallery

The City Hall Terrace Gallery opened in 1992. It features works from national and international artists and frequently spotlights Florida artists. The gallery's portable walls allow us to arrange each exhibit in a way that best highlight the artworks. The Terrace Gallery reflects the city’s dedication to the arts, and it provides a space where visual artists can share their insight with the community.

Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 12 – 5 p.m.