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Art After Dark: Movement and Freedom

  • About This Program

    Art After Dark is a celebration of Black Music Month during Juneteenth weekend, which will be packed with experiences that appeal to every aspect of your creative side. Looking to express yourself? Create a collage and experiment with oil pastels during our drop-in workshops, or join an exploration of our opening exhibition, Billie Zangewa: Thread for a Web Begun. Wanting to learn more about Juneteenth and Black Music Month? Watch a specially curated Juneteenth theater performance and a live concert that celebrates a journey through decades of Black music.

    All experiences during Art After Dark are first come, first serve. Your registration for Art After Dark gains you equal access to all of the evening's experiences until they are at capacity. Please register and check back here for updates to the evening's schedule that's coming soon!

    You must be 21 and older to attend and all backgrounds are welcome to enjoy this rich cultural experience. This event is brought to you in partnership with and BLKMRKTCLT and 2i Media.


    Upon arrival, you'll receive a voucher to reduce the parking ticket to $5, across the street underneath the Wells Fargo building on the corner of Stonewall and Tryon. For information on parking and directions, click/tap here.


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