The opening reception and exhibition will be held on October 20, 2013 and it will run up to December 31, 2013, admission is free to the public.
The Museum of African American Art is a nonprofit cultural and educational institution dedicated to the interpretation, promotion, and preservation of art by or about people of African descent and their contributions to world culture. MAAA strives to present engaging and relevant exhibits in which artists and their art inspire public discourse about issues that reflect, illuminate, or intersect with the experiences of people throughout the African diaspora. MAAA proudly serves as a first-exhibit venue for emerging artists, a community event space, and a field trip destination for students from nearby public schools. For more information contact (323) 294-7021 or email, [email protected].
In the New Millennium, California will be the Mecca of the entertainment industry. The BHERC is committed to ensuring that black men and women play integral roles in that industry, and that the rich African-American heritage is prominently included in the sagas documenting American history and culture. And, they dedicate their energies and resources to the support of young black filmmakers today so that they might better prepare a meaningful future for us all. For more information contact BHERC at 1875 Century Park East, Los Angeles, CA., (310) 284-3170 or email, [email protected].
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