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Local African American Artist Series

All Day

Description

Watch the prerecorded virtual programs on-demand from January 25-February 28 on Hennepin County Library’s YouTube Channel. Collaborator: 30,000 Feet. Funded by Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

David Buchanan: Framing Our Stories, January 25-February 28

Grades 9-12. Learn about the five basic elements to creating videos and telling stories about Black culture and social justice.

Frank Sentwali: Speaking Your Truth With Spoken Word, February 1-28

Grades 5-8. Artist Sentwali will talk about a social justice art piece and the power and art of spoken word to address social justice and culture.

Ashley DuBose: Sing a Song of Hope, February 8-28

Grades 5-8. Learn the basic elements to writing a song and how lyrics and music can be a powerful tool to share perspective, inspire hope and evoke positive change in the Black community.

Kenneth Caldwell: The Power of a Pencil and Paint, February 8-28

K-grade 5. Using just five basic shapes and art supplies of your choice, explore how to create a fist, a symbol of Black culture and social justice.

Program:
Black History
Suitable for:
Adults
Teens
Preteens
Kids
Families
Type:
Arts and Crafts
Books, Poetry, Authors, Writing
Language:
English

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