Now in its 58th year, this outdoor art exhibition in Brooklyn highlights the works of local African-American artists like Violet Chandler, Otto Neals and Emmett Wigglesworth—all of whom have been showing their works at this event since it launched in 1958—along with newcomers like Haywood Williams, Melvin Isaac and Brenda Mattingly. The six-day event is weekends only and is free and open to the public, with works hung along the fence of Robert Fulton Park. Attendees will also be treated to DJ’s and musical performances that accompany the art. For more details, visit fultonartfair.net.
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