Getthebuzz716 announces a schedule of events for Black History Month "Celebrating Black History" photo exhibit. All members of the public are invited to attend all events. Many events are being held through the sponsorship of Getthebuzz716, Canalside Photo Studio, Coming Home Buffalo, Filigree's and Studio 112.
The Black History Month 2014 " Celebrating Black History" window exhibit at Visit Buffalo Niagara 617 Main St, Buffalo, NY and via Online on Instagram, twitter and facebook will begin Feb 3. Visit Buffalo Niagara 617 Main St, Buffalo, NY will display collages of the national historical sites in the front hall windows of its office from February 3-28.
The collages were put together by local artist Floyd Baker, Tamora Lee and Michael Mietlicki.
The month of remembrance honoring the unique and rich history of African-Americans in the United States, particularly in the city of Buffalo NY. In creating this project the artists wanted to reflect on the historical impact and contributions made in the city of Buffalo NY. Instead of focusing on individuals the project turns its focus on the black community where countless black men and women contributed to the advancement of human civilization.
The artists put together a series of collage style picture exhibits that focuses on historical sites that played a huge role in the black community as a whole, they said the sole purpose of going back to these historical places is to inspire people of all ethnic groups to greater achievements so that we move forward to create a dialogue and popularize knowledge about the black contributions of the past.
"CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY" photo exhibits Feb 3-Feb 28 events are free and open to the public Here are the list of exhibits dates and events in the city of Buffalo for more info email email@example.com
Feb 3. Celebrating Black History window display begins at Visit Buffalo Niagara 617 Main St, Buffalo, NY will run Feb 3-28. Online launch of The project begins on facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Examiner.com, Harriet.com, Europeannews.com will also feature editorial articles from the project beginning Feb 3.
Be sure to make a stop downtown at the Visit Buffalo Niagara welcome center to check out the "CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY window displays beginning Feb 3. for more info on African American heritage visit thier site http://www.visitbuffaloniagara.com/
Feb 11. 6pm-8pm Celebrating Black History collage on Image & Identity at Diversity Night at Filigree's gallery & Boutique 1121 Elmwood. The event celebrate the unique attributes that make people different. There is a wide variety of preferences that manifest through culture, gender, nationality, environment,and countless other factors through poems, articles, books, paintings, songs and movement offer to paint part of the big picture. The exhibit will be on display February 11-28.
Feb 13. 7pm-9pm Coming home Buffalo gallery 140 Elmwood ave will host opening reception for "Celebrating Black History" exhibit meet the artists (Floyd Baker, Tamora Lee, Michael Mietlicki) as well as the participates from the editorial features with special performance by Violinist Michael Stuckney and poetry reading by Erie County legislator Betty Jean Grant. The full exhibit will be on display at Coming Home Buffalo 140 Elmwood ave of Feb. 13-28.
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