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A programs event at CAAM

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Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 7pm - 9pm | PANEL DISCUSSION

FINDING BEAUTY THROUGH THE STRUGGLE
The California African American Museum, in collaboration with The Broad stage, invites you to attend a thought-provoking discussion with playwright, professor and actor Anna Deavere Smith, and artist/activists J. Cheryl Bookout, Mark Steven Greenfield, and Joe Hernandez-Kolsi, as they discuss the resilence of the human spirit and how adversity can give rise to creaton. Moderated by LA Times Sandy Banks.
RSVP preferred at community@thebroadstage.com

Saturday, april 25, 2015, 1pm - 3pm | PANEL DISCUSSION

THE FlashTag PROJECT
Artists involved in the FlashTag project will engage in a lively discussion about this street art, and the stereotypial ideas associated with this art form. The jprogram will be moderated by Visual Arts Curator Vida L. Brown.
RSVP preferred: 213.744.2024. 

Saturday, May 2, 2015, 1pm - 2pm | PRESENTATION

BLACK PHOTOGRAPHERS IN LOS ANGELES: A LEGACY
Dr. Jill Moniz, independent curator, and Reginald Woolery, photographer and curator, will examine the history of Black photographers in Los Angeles, with a special emphasis on the seven photographers in this exhibition.
RSVP preferred 213.744.2024. 

Saturday, May 23, 2015, 11am - 4pm | CAAM CELEBRATES CHILDREN'S LITERACY

HEADS ARE TURNING, CHILDREN ARE LEARNING
Since 2004, in celebration of National Children's Book Week, we present local Los Angeles authors and celebrity readers in CAAM's galleries. The activities of the day also include an arts and crafts workshop, literacy workshops, face-painting, and book giveaways for families in attendance. Free and open to the public.
RSVP preferred 213.744.2024. 

Saturday, June 20, 2015, 3pm - 5pm | COMMUNITY EVENT

COMMEMORATING THE 65TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE KOREAN WAR & AFRICAN AMERICAN KOREAN WAR VETERANS
CAAM, with media sponsor Korean Daily, Korean Times, and radio station 1560 AM, will honor the enduring contributions made by African American Korean War veterans on the 65th Anniversary of the Korean War. This celebration will include performances by an African american choir and a Korean American choir along with dance performances to honor those who so valiantly served in the Korean War. this is a free event and reservations are not required.

CHILDREN SHOULD BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN FOR ALL WORKSHOPS!

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