The annual Black History Month Exhibit will once again be held at the Nick Rodriquez Community Center, in downtown Antioch beginning February 4.
This exhibit provides a timeline of historical events featuring art, artifacts, literature, and creative arts that reflect the African American Experience in America. Attendees will also have an opportunity to taste traditional beverages and deserts. The exhibit goals are to promote dignity and pride in the African American Community and provide cross cultural education for the larger community. The exhibit provides a great educational experience for families and students at all grade levels.
The exhibit is a community partnership of Rua’h Community Outreach, PPPEYC, JTS Art Gallery, City of Antioch and Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch. The exhibit opens on February 4th with a reception from 2-4 PM. For group visits, please contact Dr. Carrie Frazier.
- February 4th -18th, Reception, February 4th, 2-4 PM
- February 8th – 18th
- Wednesday – Saturday, 12 PM – 5 PM
- Sundays – 2 PM – 4:30 PM
Nick Rodriquez Community Center,
213 F Street, Downtown Antioch
For more information:
Contact Dr. Carrie Frazier at (925 (787-4827 or email [email protected]
Photos from 2016 exhibit: http://www.art4antioch.org/album/BlackHistoryMonth2016/album/index.html