Join us as we celebrate our unique differences and highlight the work of artist Yrneh Gabon Brown’s "Visibly Invisible" exhibition. As part of this special Target Sunday, Yrneh Gabon Brown will perform a distinctive piece, accompanied by JazzAntiqua Dance & Music Ensemble. The afternoon will include documentary screenings that explore the realities facing those with albinism globally.
Join us as we move our stage from CAAM to King Boulevard for CicLAvia and celebrate our annual Kwanzaa program. We’ll have spoken word, dance and music highlighting our seasonal revelry. Remember to visit our Holiday Marketplace of Target Sunday vendors! In addition, we will take a few moments to pay a special tribute on the 73rd anniversary of our fallen military heroes in the attack on Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941.
Through the eyes and voices of traditional and contemporary artists, performers, authors, 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 2014-2015 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)
See the upcoming month's details below! Call the Target Sunday at CAAM hotline 213.744.2132 for updates.
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