Theme: Black Americans and the Arts
FREE EVENT - OPEN TO PUBLIC BUT, REGISTRATION REQUIRED
This event will feature a special, artistic showcase of the Domini Hoskins Black History Museum’s Pop-Up Museum. which will include displays to educate and inform communities about Black History. It will include phenomenal local mixed media artists, as well as, Al Olsen, art instructor at the Doelger Senior Center, who will be showcasing his art.
During this artful evening, Masterful Kalimba player Carl Winters will be spotlighted playing rhythmic backdrops with the ethereal, mysterious kalimba, a.k.a. the African thumb piano, to familiar jazz pieces. Also, singer and theater performer, Eric Ward will be delighting the crowd with music selections, as he paints the various genres of Black music. In addition, poet, Lois Fried will spotlight the art of creating writing through her poetry. There will be limited, complimentary henna/batik art provided by artist Cheryl Stanley.
Delighting the palates through her culinary art, Opal Fuller will be accented by her soulful edible appetizers!
Community partners Kaiser Permanente, Bay Area Health Advisory Council, and Learning Wheels will be tabling with helpful information, resources and engagement.
RSVP today for this culturally rich celebration of Black History Month 2024!
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For more information, contact Event Administrator Leslie K. DuBridge - email@example.com.