Do you remember Kromah Gallery? It was an art gallery founded by Ernest and Gail Kromah in 1978, at 1203 Druid Hill Avenue near Dolphin Street. The purpose of the gallery was to showcase the works of African American Artists in Baltimore City who were overlooked in the mainstream art world.
That legacy is worthy of celebration. To that end, Kromah Gallery is not only reviving the gallery as a resource for young and experienced artists, it is also celebrating its vibrant history on March 28th, 2019, at the Eubie Blake Jazz Institute and Cultural Center at 847 N. Howard Street, 21201, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.
The event will include a retrospective exhibit of events at its first location, and subsequent locations, as well as testimonials from those who participated in establishing its notoriety as the iconic legacy, Kromah Gallery.
For further information, please contact Gail Kromah at (443) 739-4348, Salima Marriott-Gibbs at (443) 948-8004 or Vernard Gray at (202)262.7571.