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Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center Celebrates Art, History, and Culture with Public Summer Series

Photo courtesy of Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center.

Photo courtesy of Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center.

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In celebration of the United Nations’ International Decade for People of African Descent (2015-2024): “Recognition, justice and development,” The Prince George’s African American Museum is proud to announce Celebrating Black Arts and Culture, a series of fun, interactive, and educational public programs designed to honor the cultural and artistic contributions of people of African Descent.

The International Decade for People of African Descent (2015-2024) is a timely and unique opportunity to underline the important contributions made by the people of African Descent to our societies and to propose concrete measures to promote equality and to combat discrimination of any kind. PGAAMCC has partnered with different organizations throughout the county to develop culturally-rich programming to encourage community engagement and celebrate cultural diversity.

Public Programs

  • #Solidaritrees with Omalara Williams McCallister, Black Lives Matter DC
    June 24th, 5-7 pm
    Engage all of your senses to explore and visualize the idea of black liberation, and participate in #Solidaritrees, an interactive community based art project designed to ignite social consciousness
    and instigate social change.
  • First Fridays with ACAS (Adinkra Cultural Arts Studio)
    July 1st (Rain date: July 8th), 4-7 pm (Live Music by: Sound of The City Trio)
    August 5th (Rain date: August 12th), 5-8 pm (Live Music by: Got My Own Sound)
    Activities and Attractions: Art Workshops, live music, DJ, food trucks, beverages and much more.
  • Early Keepers
    Date: July 2, 2016 Time: 12-1:30 pm
    FREE program for kids 3-7 years old (Parent/Guardian participation
    required) where they can explore multicultural heritage through storytelling,
    music, movement/dance, and arts & crafts.
  • 2nd Annual Family Day: Exploring the African Diaspora in Latin American Countries
    August 20th, 12-5 pm
    Activities and Attractions: Performances, community art project, face painting, moon bounce, and more.

PGAAMCC is located at 4519 Rhode Island Avenue North Brentwood, MD.