NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — In celebration of Black History Month, the Harlem Arts Festival is presenting “A Foothold on the Rocks,” a group exhibition that includes paintings, prints and sculptures.
Lance Johnson, a mixed media artist, stopped by the CBS2 studios to talk about the event.

“Each artist is incredibly excited to be in this exhibit because it’s a celebration of Harlem art and the Harlem renaissance,” he told CBS2’s Diane Macedo. ”

To watch the full interview, click on the video player above.

“A Foothold on the Rocks” runs from Wednesday until Feb. 27 at the Equity Gallery at 245 Broome St. on the Lower East Side.  For more information, visit


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