Everyone is invited to learn about black history through the oral tradition of storytelling.
The district’s newest venue for arts and humanities, Cre8 Space Studio Gallery will host several African-American historical figures for a 2-day exposition of storytelling, music, dance and fun entitled “We Cre8 History”.
Emmy Award winning journalist, Jeff Kamen will present raw and touching stories of his experiences on the front lines of the civil rights war of the 60’s.
National Society of Black Engineers Executive Director, Carl B. Mack recaps on key components of black history in an electrifying “Black History… The Right Way!!!”
Vibrant and powerful works of art by award-winning photographer Jonathan French, and previous Youth Artist of the Year painter Moe will be showcased. Both artists, who are local to the tri-state area, will share their personal “Journey of an Artist” stories.
The weekend kicks off on Friday February 19th from 6pm to 8pm, featuring a presentation tailored for kids and family enjoyment.
Saturday February 20th from 8pm to 10pm, geared more towards adults, will wrap up with a private reception. Light refreshments will be served at a cash bar after both events.
@Cre8 Space Studio Gallery, 1314 9th St NW
Washington, DC 20001
Mt. Vernon Square Convention Center Metro
Admission is FREE.
For the complete agenda and artist bios, go here.