Presented by Darlene Newman on Saturday March 22 was great. The art workshop was full of fun and creativity. (Click for Photo's)
May 11 - June 1st, Reception May 11th, 6 to 9pm
Living Somewhere in America, addresses identity, community, population, economics, social and civil rights in our country. The exhibition combines previous works of art from several past shows to demonstrate changing trends in our society while comparing historical events that not only affect us socially but patriotically.
Living somewhere in America deals with people, places and things that make up our free society. The freedom to live, work and play isn't a right that is shared by all, being able to express concerns and controversy in art is also a freedom as well as a voice.
Caritas serves soups made fresh everyday from home grown vegetables and choice meats. You can also add two warm, hand made from scratch, fresh cornbread muffins just like mother use to make. While your here don't forget we have a full lunchtime menu with a special of the day.
So stop by and have the most affordable lunch in town and remember to tell your friends.
Reception and performance at 8 to 10 PM:
2509 Harvard Ave, Caritas Village
U-Dig Dance Company presents a Memphis Jookin’ dance event, Work by Carl E. Moore in Hope Gallery, Living Somewhere in America
Open studios, Caritas Resident Art Building, 2508 Harvard Ave: Frank D. Robinson, Betsy Williford, Richard Williams and Tonie Robinson
For more info check out our event guide:
April & May will be the third session of the Racism to Reconciliation: Art & Culture class. In these sessions visual artists will visit the class with their artwork and engage in discussion about themselves and their work as it relates to one of the class themes: power, privilege, cultural identity, and marginalization.
Tuesdays May 7th, 6 to 8pm, Caritas House 2532 Everett . Contact Brooke Sarden.
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