Midtown’s Bellyard is hosting a brand new exhibition for Black History Month
There so much going on in Atlanta for Black History Month, and another unmissable exhibition has been added to Atlanta’s line-up of Black art to check out this February. “For the Love of Black Art” invites Atlantans to honor Black History Month with a celebration of local Black artists.
For one night only, on Tuesday, Feb. 22 from 6-8 p.m., attendees will gather in the hotel’s restaurant and lounge, Drawbar, to enjoy incredible art from local Black artists Melissa Mitchell, Marryam Moma, and many more!
But it doesn’t stop there. Guests can also indulge in light bites and champagne while listening to live music, promising an artsy night to remember that’s perfect for Black History Month.
The best part about the exhibition is that this event is free to attend. However, online registration is recommended. Click here for more information and registration. Or follow Bellyard Hotel on Instagram to stay up to date with all their incredible offerings year round.
Located in West Midtown at The Interlock and featuring 161 modern suites and guestrooms, Bellyard offers guests a lively atmosphere to stay, work, nourish, lounge and connect in Atlanta.
In other Black History News, The Trap Music Museum are hosting an exhibition at Underground Atlanta entitled ‘Black Currency’. The exciting collaborative exhibit has brought together 14 black-owned, Atlanta-based businesses that inspire and thrive in the ATL. Click the link below for more information.