Black Culture 2020
Black culture, also known as African-American culture, is arguably the most influential in the United States and recognized in spaces world-wide. From the 18th Century to post-emancipation, African-Americans' ancestral culture continued to evolve, as distinctive traditions or radical innovations in music, art, literature, fashion, religion, cuisine, and other fields. While Black people are still a large minority in the U.S., Black culture has become a significant part of American culture and yet, at the same time, remains a distinct cultural body.
This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.
- Braxton Barker
- Carlos '6oldie' Jones
- Deborah Shedrick
- Jazmyne Isaac
- Kevin King
- Lynthia Edwards
- Marcus Addison
- Milton Madison
- Nathaniel Allen
- Nyaradzai Mahachi
- Oscar Wheat
- Perry Varner
- Robert Bostick
- Shawanda C. 'STAR Peaces'
- Sydney Foster
- Takeisha Jefferson
- Tiebetabasi Essiet
- Toni Toney
- Yogi Dada *
- Opening Reception: Feb 1st at 1:00 p.m.
- Peacock Tract Community Dialogue: Feb 8th at 2:00 p.m.
- Artist Talk: Feb 22nd at1:00 p.m.
All events are free & open to the public.
Gallery Hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Call 334-721-5121 for more information.
Thu., Feb. 27, 2020, 9:00AM – 4:30PM
More Information on Website: www.facebook.com/events/468553987416656/
Alabama State University Tullibody Fine Arts Building, 915 S. Jackson St.
Category: Arts, Community