Mcanthony'S Multi-Cultural Studio & Gallery - African American Art
Special Emphasis on African American Art
1999 Founded McAnthony's Multi-Cultural Collective. A non-profit foundation organized
exclusively to place greater emphasis on African American Art, as well as the incorporation
of other artist from various ethnic backgrounds; to serve as a catalyst for educational
religious, charitable, and scientific purposes.
1996 Selected for Breaking Into The Mainstream: Texas African-American Artist, an
exhibition at the Irving Art Center-Main Gallery, Irving, Texas. Chosen Artist of the Year
by the National Women of Achievement Presented Achievement Award for emerging artist at
McAnthony's Multi-Cultural Studio and Gallery.
1995 Selected by Seagram's Gin as one of the first Emerging Artist Commissions for
Perspectives in African-American Art.
1994 Organized McAnthony's Multi-Cultural Collective, a non-profit group of artist who
were selected to exhibit in the BIG TOP FIVE (Group Exhibits) at the 1994 Art Festival
of Atlanta in Piedmont Park. The first ever selected to exhibit from out of state of
Georgia in the Festival's 40 year history. Presented Quest for Success Award at the 10th
Annual Convention sponsored by The Black Chamber of Commerce, Miller Brewer Company, Bank
One Texas, and the Dallas Morning News to outstanding black entrepreneurs for business
acumen and commitment to community services.
1993 PRIZE AWARD IN PRINTMAKING in the 15th Southwest Black Art Exhibition, presented
by Neiman-Marcus ant the Board of Trustees of the Museum of African-American Life and
Culture. Work selected for touring exhibition, "I REMEMBER... THIRTY YEARS AFTER THE
MARCH ON WASHINGTON-IMAGES 1963-93", organized by the Junior Black Academy of Arts and
Letters, Inc., Dallas, Texas, Howard University, Washington, D.C. in association with
the Concoran Gallery of the Anacostia Museum and Smithsonian Institute. Work chosen for
Main Street 1992 National Fine Arts Competition and Exhibition, Fort Worth, Texas.