The Black Heritage Gallery in the Central School of Arts & Humanities, located at 809 Kirby St., Suite 207, Lake Charles is hosting a special exhibition.
"Random Samplings: The Group Show 2017," will feature an eclectic group of artwork from a mixture of talented artists.  Come and be mesmerized by the gifts these artists possess.   The entire public is invited to attend a free open reception and celebration, scheduled for Friday April 7, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  This marvelous reception will run from April 7, through May 25, 2017.

The curator for this event is photographer/visual artist/author, Sálongo Lee, from Natchez, Mississippi.  The "Random Samplings: The Group Show 2017," exhibition will highlight artists representing the West Coast, East Coast and the Dirty South.  Come see the fascinating and captivating works by the following artists:

California - Photographer Frank Jackson of Los Angeles, and MonaLisa Whitaker of Inglewood.

Georgia - Photographer Ron Witherspoon of Atlanta.

Louisiana - Randell Henry of Baton Rouge, artist/author Ron Chapman of Chalmette, and artist/musician Gregory Robinson Jr. of Ferriday.

Mississippi - (curator) Sálongo Lee, and Katelynn Yvon of Natchez.

New York - George Larkins II of Harlem

Also on hand will be Lake Charles author, Sierra J. Demouchet, signing her new book Praying My Way Out Of The Struggle.  This is no ordinary exhibition!  Enjoy fascinating paintings, remarkable stained glass and wood burning pieces, amazing photography, wonderful clay sculptures and more.

Keepsake catalogs of the exhibition will be available.  For more info contact the Black Heritage Gallery Curator, Mrs. Stella Miller, at (337) 488-0567.  Gallery hours of operation are as follows -  Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. and by appointment on Saturday.