Johnson C. Smith Professor to Showcase Art Work in New York’s Times Square
Courtesy of Johnson C. Smith University
Six digital prints by Cynthia Cole, professor of photography and graphic design at Johnson C. Smith University, will be shown at a premier event “Art Takes Times Square” on June 18 in New York City. Cole and other visual artists from around the world will display their pieces that evening on the Jumbotron screens in Times Square from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. and on smaller screens around the city during the day.
The event is sponsored by the Times Square Alliance, Chashana and Artists Wanted to raise awareness and globalize the visual arts in a way that breaks down barriers between countries and the arts. Six of Cole’s works were selected for the exhibit including prints titled “It’s a Jungle Out There” and “There’s No Place Like Home.”
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Times Square to Showcase Works of Visual Artist at Johnson C. Smith University