TARGET SUNDAYS AT CAAM
Telling Our Stories, Experiencing Our Art & Sharing Our History!
Through the eyes and voices of traditional and contemporary artists, community leaders, cultural historians, activists, and educators, this once-a-month Sunday cultural experience, hosted by Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter, celebrates the diverse influences and achievements of art and culture from the African American Diaspora.
The 2012-2013 season includes an engaging hands-on art project guided each month by local professional artist and educator Teresa Tolliver. Participants create their own art piece based on a unique theme each month. (photo of Nita Whitaker LaFontaine by Earl Dotson)
TARGET SUNDAYS AT CAAM - April 6, 2014, 1PM - 5PM
ARTPRENEUR COUTURE WITH HATITUDE!
CAAM’s annual spring celebration highlights “haute couture,” with a unique showcase featuring creations from CAAM’s artpreneur fashion vendors. The program will also include a terrific lineup of music performances and our ever-popular hats on parade. Remember to wear your special hat for the annual “Hatitude” competition. Men, women, girls and boys can compete to win prizes! You can also design your own hat at a workshop before the competition.
Our performers include vocalist Reise Hooper, singer/dancer/actor Elijah Rock, singer Nita Whitaker LaFontaine (a CAAM favorite over the years) and Adam Jackson and The Full Spectrum Band. Our co-hosts are TV, film and stage performer Kiki Shepard and actor Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter.
- Museum opens at 11:00AM
- Program begins at 1:00PM
- And remember, this event is FREE!
- Parking is at 39th and Figueroa Streets and is $10 per vehicle.
See the upcoming month's details below! Call the Target Sunday at CAAM hotline 213.744.2132 for updates.
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