Delta College Center of Arts presents "Themes of Black Identity in America"

Delta Center for the Arts LH Horton Jr Art Gallery presents Themes of Black Identity in America February 27– March 21, 2014

Opening 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-so-African -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 Screening with 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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