Ceaphas Stubbs, assistant professor of art at Lycoming College, will be exhibiting a series of prints in the group show, “Visual Griot,” at Art in the Atrium in Morristown, N.J. running until March 16.
Along with Stubbs, “Visual Griot” highlights the works of nearly 30 outstanding local and internationally known African American artists including Alonzo Adams, Lavette Ballard, Bisa Butler, Leroy Campbell, Howard Cash, Stephen B. Ellis, Leslie Floyd, April Harrison, Janice Jamison, Julio Mejia, Maceo Mitchell, Janet Taylor Pickett, Ellaree Pray, Deborah Shedrick, and Sandra P. Smith, among others.
The non-profit organization, Art in the Atrium, is dedicated to exhibiting works by emerging and established black artists. The gallery’s annual show is the largest of its kind in New Jersey. The exhibition is made possible in part by funds from Morris Arts through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.