Did you know? The Banneker-Douglass Museum was formerly known as Mt. Moriah African Methodist Episcopal Church, a historic church in Annapolis.
Who: Come join other like-minded museum goers and become inspired.
What: Banneker-Douglass Museum presents James Terrell and Josslyn Luckett - Discuss Hip-Hop Spirituality. Together they will explore what it means to be spiritual in the age of Hip-Hop.
- James Terrell is a Washington, DC-based singer-songwriter, painter, educator, musician, and pastor. You should know not only is he a musician-singer, songwriter and guitarist James also is an Art teacher in DCPS and a figurative painter who has exhibited and performed in DC- NYC- California-Philadelphia- VA and MD.
- Josslyn Luckett is an LA-born, screenwriter, playwright, scholar, and preacher. Josslyn has previously served as an Executive Story Editor/Staff writer for four seasons of the WB comedy "The Steve Harvey Show." Did you know? Her screenplay "Love Song" was directed by Julie Dash and aired on MTV.
When: Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Banneker-Douglass Museum ~ 84 Franklin Street Annapolis, MD 21401
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FYI: No on site parking is available. Limited street metered parking available. Free parking on Saturdays at the Calvert Street Garage located at 19 Saint Johns Street. Consider shuttle service to museum via the Annapolis Circulator.