Black Artists Showcased at Upcoming Art Show Hosted by the NHWC



Natural Healing & Wellness Center of the Southside Hosts Local Artist Showcase November 24th

Pittsburgh, PA –The Natural Healing & Wellness Center on the Southside will be hosting an art show, showcasing local artists Curtis Cureton and Diarra Imani.

The event will take place on Sunday, November 24th at 5 PM at the Natural Healing and Wellness Center, 2336 East Carson Street on the Southside of Pittsburgh.

Cureton is a life-long Pittsburgh native who expresses his love for art with his hands, creating amazing wood sculptures (which you can see while visiting the wellness center).

Imani is also a resident of Pittsburgh and specializes in many different aspects of art through traditional painting, spoken word, and yoga.

Both artists will be on hand to showcase their work.

Cureton’s work will be available for purchase as Imani will present an original art piece to be awarded to an attendee.

The event is free, but the Natural Healing and Wellness Center is encouraging those interested in attending the art show to donate new/unwrapped toys.

Your donations will help the Nabhi Christian Ministries for their annual Christmas party which provides toys and coats to deserving Homewood families.

“The Natural Healing and Wellness Center has been open since June 1st and we’re really excited about the art show,” says General Manager, Trevin Jones. “We’re hoping to have some dedicated and passionate art lovers stop by and see not only the amazing talents we’re showcasing on the 24th but also check out the wellness center and see all that we have to offer the Southside community.”

The Natural Healing and Wellness Center is specializes in natural healing and wellness remedies through CBD products, massage therapy, personal training, and yoga classes.

Curtis Cureton and Diarra Imani will be available for interviews and photos during the event.

Light refreshments will be provided by Chef Claude Pierre of Arnold’s Tea and wine (courtesy of the 23rd & Vine on East Carson Street) will be provided.

Media coverage is requested.