- Opening Reception: Feb 1 @ 1 p.m.
- Peacock Tract Community Dialogue: Feb 8 @ 2 p.m.
- Artist Talk: Feb 22 @ 1 p.m.
- Montgomery Community Remembrance Project - Community Conversation: Confronting Racial Injustice - Feb 29 @ 11 a.m.
+ All events are free & open to the public.
+ Gallery Hours are Monday - Friday, 9 - 4:30pm.
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.
#BlackCulture2020 is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.
6oldie The Artist
Designer Perry Varner
Shawanda C. 'STAR Peaces'
Presented by 21 Dreams Arts & Culture, Inc. in partnership with the Visual Arts Department at Alabama State University. Peacock Tract Community Dialogue in collaboration with the Tuskegee Public Dialogue Team.
Sponsored in part by the SPLC Civil Rights Memorial Center and the Equal Justice Initiative.