A Walk in the Park in America
A searing pictorial series by artist Monroe O'Bryant that examines the animated residue of the cultural impact of race science on Americans.
Friday, Oct. 12, 2018
7 pm Free
The award-winning documentary â€œBlack Border Warriors: The Seminole Negro Indian Scoutsâ€ will have its U.S. premiere in the Twin Cities in October and November.
The film, awarded Best Documentary at the 2018 Black International Cinema Festival in Berlin, tells the epic story of a unique group of African-Americans, the Black Seminole. It follows their flight from slavery in the early 1800â€™s from plantations in Georgia and South Carolina to Spanish Florida, where they fought with the Seminole tribe against the U.S. in the Seminole Wars.
Obsidian Arts/TEKBOX Theater, Cowles Center, 528 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis.
An exhibition of artwork by New York based artist Jordan Allen.
The inaugural exhibition of artwork by the participants in our Welcome Home! program for artists who have been incarcerated.
An exhibition of artworks by Chicago-based artist Felicia Washington.
Frangena Johnson and Bill Jeter Collaborate one the exploration of oddities within the black cultural persona.