Tickets are now on sale for Butter, a a multi-day fine art fair that will showcase the works of 30+ Black visual artists from across the country. Organized by GangGang, a local cultural development firm, Butter will take place over Labor Day weekend, Sept. 2-5, at The Stutz.
The event will feature works by national and local artists including Najee Dorsey of Black Art in America, Kerry James Marshall, Kaila Austin, Tashema Davis, Courtland Blade, LaShawnda Crowe Storm, Greg Rose Carter, Elizabeth Catlett and more.
For tickets, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/butter-tickets-161701141467. Watch for more details of the event in the September edition of Urban Times, which will hit the streets on Aug. 21.
PHOTO ABOVE: The Stutz, which sits at 1060 N. Capitol Ave., was once the production facility for the iconic Stutz automobiles. Today it is home to a variety of artists and offices.