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Roxalana Jordan, President 

(347) 382-0297 

National Conference of Artists New York, Inc.

Presents a 50th Anniversary Celebration Conference 

From Antiquity to Eternity: Reflections On Our Progeny

National Conference of Artists celebrates sixty-four (64) years of Service to Artists and the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the New York Chapter with Collect and Support III, our 2023 Auction of original art by member artists and supporters. 


Hamilton Landmark Galleries

467 West 144th Street

New York, NY 10031

(212) 281- 7667

Auction Preview:

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, November 16 through November 18, 2023, from 1 to 7PM.​

Reception and Viewing:

Saturday, November 18, 2023, from 3 to 8 PM.

Live Auction:

Saturday, November 18, 2023, at 6 PM SHARP!

The work of member artists reflects every documented movement in the history of the Arts in western civilization, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. The intellectual endeavor is prescient for years to come. Mr. Christopher Boswell, renowned auctioneer, African American Art specialist, publicist, and gallerist, will preside.

The year's Conference opens with a historical view of National Conference of Artists New York, (NCANY) its Mission, and its principals; an Interactive Art Talk, "Unearthing The Black Presence in Art from Antiquity to Eternity," the launch of its first yearlong workshop series co-hosted with the ANTI-RACISM TASK FORCE of The Riverside Church, New York and facilitated by NCANY Board Member and painter, Regina M. Tate, 10:30 AM to 12 NOON. After the midday break, NCANY will host its Annual Members Meeting, followed by the Black History Makers Awards Ceremony honoring New York Chapter co-founder, Mr. Ed Sherman, Lifetime Member, Mr. Kwame Brathwaite, 'whose photography created the visual overture for the "Black Is Beautiful Movement"'. Also honored is Ms. Corinne Jennings founder of New York's auspicious Wilmer Jennings Gallery and Kenkeleba House. The Conference ends with live music.

About NCANY: Founded in 1959, the National Conference of Artists is the oldest African American visual arts organization in the United States. The New York Chapter was formed in 1973; and its current 501(C)3 organizational structure, National Conference of Artists New York Inc., was formed in 2005. 


All events are free and open to the public.

Donations are welcomed!

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