Fulton Art Fair, Inc.
Fulton Art Fair. Inc. is a not-for-profit art organization and Brooklyn’s oldest Black visual arts event. It also holds the distinction of being one of the longest continuing Black arts group in the United States. Fulton Art Fair promotes visual, musical, and performing artists that continue to be creative. Fulton Art Fair aims to provide exposure for artists and the second is to expose the community to the creativity that surrounds them.
The Fulton Art Fair has been affording artists exposure for 61 years. The Artist Lounge has been running for three years, providing artists with the opportunity to show their work on a regular basis. Fulton Art Fair also provides shows in other locations such as St. Joseph’s College, The Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building in Harlem, and Restoration Plaza.
Fulton Art Fair’s figure drawing classes have participants that range from high school students to master artists that are over 80 years old.