Archived Gallery Exhibit
URI Feinstein Providence Campus and the International Gallery of Heritage and Culture present
Exhibit and Events for Black History Month January 24 –February 25with Gallery receptions to include storytelling, music, dance and film
February 22-24, 5:00pm-7:00pm.
The exhibit and events explore Africa’s history to the present and the dynamic influence Africa has on the world. The exhibit will include documentary photography, artifacts, folk art, and visual arts in all media. It features the work of Ghanaian born painter Munir Mohammed along with local professional and community artists: Rufus Abdullah, Jon & Nora Almond, Nadine Almada, Risa Corinne Clifton, Linda Avant-Deshinni, Ben Barros, Elizabeth Berroa, Tyna Braxton, Deanna Camputaro, Tallibah & Carlos Cabral, Risa Corinne Clifton, Kerry Coppin, David Delanos, George Garcia, Stephen P. Gross, Kenneth W. Hall, Jr., Evangelista Jimenez, Julius Kolawale, Nixon Leger, Titilola O. Martin, Cindy Ross Meeks, Onna Moniz-John, Dell Padgett, Hannah Resseger, Joy Robinson, Valorie Sheehan, Jade Sisti, Kathleen Sonier, Simone Spruce, Anna-Marie Still, Bela Teixiera, Minerva Thomas, Sidney Tillet
February 22: A concert of African musical sounds by Obuamah Laud Addy & AS220 Criss Cross Orchestra
February 23: African dance by human Creativity from Central Falls High School with storytelling and spoken word performances
February 24: The premiere of the documentary film “The Funeral of a Chief” by Munir Mohammed.
Hours: M-TH 9-9, F&S 9-4 closed Sundays.
All events are free and open to the public/ For information call 401-277-5206 or email email@example.com.
URI Feinstein Providence Campus Presents
Project Weber "Lost Voices from the Street"
29, 2011, 6pm (free - donations accepted)
Presented in sponsorship
by URI Feinstein Providence