February 2019 at Brentwood Arts Exchange

By Editorial Team on February 19, 2019
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Black History Month Film Series:
Colored Frames, and In Motion: Amiri Baraka
Wednesday, February 20, 7 pm.
For the final night of this year’s film series, we will be screening Colored Frames – a look back at the last fifty years in African American art, and In Motion: Amiri Baraka – a profile of the outspoken representative of the Black consciousness movement. Discussion with series curator, filmmaker Dawne Langford to follow the films.

Free event! Join the discussion.

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Documented: The Community Blackboard
Interactive Artist Talk, Saturday, February 23, 2 pm.
Artist and educator Muriel Hasbun will lead an interactive dialogue about family archives and personal histories, and how they inform our collective memory. She will share her own family’s migration story and discuss how art making has helped her construct a sense of identity and belonging. She invites the public to come together in Documented: The Community Blackboard, a safe space where our own documents, such as family photos, recipes and letters, register our presence and the stories that we carry.

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Brentwood Arts Exchange is located at 3901 Rhode Island Ave., Brentwood, MD.