Exhibit hours 10 AM-4 PM:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday
2-4 PM, Saturday February 15th
will provide a timeline of historical events featuring art, artifacts,
literature, and creative arts that reflect the African American experience in
America. The timeline will highlight the homeland of Africa, slavery, the
adaptation to plantation living, the Church, the emancipation of the slaves,
adaptation to freedom, the civil rights movement, and end with the historic
election of Barack Obama, the first African American President of the United
States of America.
Black History Art & Artifacts Exhibit will be held from February 10th – 15th,
2014 at the Nick Rodriguez Community Center (multipurpose room) at 213 F
Antioch, CA. The Exhibit will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Monday,
2/10; Wednesday 2/12; Friday, 2/14; & Saturday, 2/15 with a closing Reception
from 2-4 p.m. The Black History Exhibit is sponsored by a collaboration of
community partners: Ruah Community Outreach, Inc., Parent Partners Providing
for the Education of Young Children, the JTS Art Gallery, the City of Antioch,
and the Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch.
will provide a great educational experience for families and elementary and high
school student groups. For more information, visit
www.art4antioch.org/Black-History-Exhibit.asp. Email Diane@Art4Antioch.org or
call Diane Gibson-Gray at (925) 325-9897 or Carrie Frazier (925) 787-4827.
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