Arts council project among Black History Month events

'Celebrate Diversity' profiles local black artists on council's website, posters around town

[News and Advance] Perhaps you’ve seen them around town already.The posters, part of the James River Council for the Arts & Humanities’ latest project, highlight black artists in our community and have been hung in places like City Hall, the Jones Memorial Library and the Miller Center. The profiled artists come from a variety of fields; there are dancers, actors, musicians, photographers, painters, graphic designers and a DJ. “Celebrate Diversity: Black Artists in Lynchburg” kicked off Feb. 1 and continues... (read more)