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Delta College Center of Arts presents "Themes of Black Identity in America" February 27-March 21
Delta College Center of Arts presents "Themes of Black Identity in America" February 27-March 21
Delta Center for the ArtsLH Horton Jr Art Gallery  presentsThemes of Black Identity in AmericaFebruary 27– March 21, 2014Opening Reception: February 27th 5–7pm Free & Open to the Public Exhibiting Artists  Milton Bowens,Marsha Hatcher,Dawn Williams Boyd,Joseph Holston,Zoë Charlton,Melissa Moore, Paula deJoie, George Nock,Nathaniel Donnett,Amy Sherald, Exhibition Events Arts Lecture with Milton BowensFebruary 21 ~ 4pmDelta College West Forum ~ Free & Open to the Public Tar Baby – Staring Desiree Burch February 26 ~ 8pmTickets at the DCA BoxOffice: $12/$8 TAR BABY is the story of America’s in famous black & white love affair, from shotgun  wedding to“post-racial” open relationship. Drawing on folk tales,history and  autobiography, Desiree Burch speaks to the growing majority of minority experiences in  America. With a socially conscious comedic style reminiscent of Richard Pryor and  Louis C.K., this liberal not-soAfrican -American offers up a hysterical carnival game of Race & Capitalism—where no one’s a winner, but everyone’s still playing!  Question Bridge: Black Males March10~ 12:30pmTillie Lewis Theatre ~ Film Screeningwith Artist Chris Johnson Question Bridge is an innovative transmedia project that facilitates a dialogue between a critical mass of black men from diverse and contending backgrounds, and creates a platform for them to represent and redefine black male identity in America  For more information visit: Exhibition Information/Press Release/Artists Statements & Bios
 

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