Date(s) - Jan 3, 2020
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Resource Center for Nonviolence
Unapologetically Black Art Show
Yes, there’s Another FIRST FRIDAY RECEPTION!: Friday, January 3, 2020, 6-9PM at the Resource Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean St., Santa Cruz. Details TBA.
At the December 6th First Friday Opening Reception hundreds of people enjoyed an evening of art, food, culture, music, and a panel discussion with the featured artists about what is means to be a black artist in today’s world. It also featured a live performance by Makana (Makana Curtiss) a performance artist with eclectic passions. She is also a professional choreographer/dancer who specializes in movement inspired by story.
Dwight Tashann Chism
What is black art?
Is black art supposed to represent black people? Is it art that addresses issues of slavery, oppression, music, or sports? Is it broader than that? Is it required to have visual depictions of people of color, or is that just what society expects? Or, is it art that is simply art produced by African or Black heritage artists?
Join the Resource Center for Nonviolence as we explore black art in Santa Cruz. Featuring work from over 11 black artists from in and around the Santa Cruz area featuring a broad spectrum of mediums ranging from wood carvings, to ink, to poetry.
EXHIBIT DATES: December 6, 2019 through February 27, 2020.
EXHIBIT HOURS: M- TH Noon -4PM
For more information contact Drew@RCNV.org