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AT&T HOLDS MIAMI MEDIA PREVIEW FOR NATIONAL BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL

 AT&T HOLDS MIAMI MEDIA PREVIEW FOR NATIONAL BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL
 1992 Festival to be Held in Atlanta from August 3-9
 WHAT: Media briefing on the fifth annual National Black Arts
 Festival, a celebration of African-American culture
 focusing on eight artistic disciplines: visual art,
 performance art, dance, film, theater, literature, music,
 and folk art.
 WHEN: Monday, July 20, at 10:30 a.m.
 WHERE: Metropolitan Dade County Cultural Affairs Council offices
 111 Northwest First St., 6th floor conference room
 WHO: As a national sponsor of the festival, AT&T is hosting
 briefing in select cities throughout the country.
 DETAILS: This year's Atlanta-hosted event, at which more than
 600,000 attendees are expected, has brought African,
 American, Canadian and Caribbean performance and visual
 artists together for a week-long public celebration. A
 festival spokesperson will outline this year's program and
 present an exclusive video preview of the 1992 festival
 highlights on Monday morning for the Miami media.
 CONTACT: Barry Johnson of AT&T, 305-662-6410; or Sheila
 Austin-Smith of Metropolitan Dade County Cultural Affairs
 Council, 305-375-5042.
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