BE11 – Black Women and the Legacies of Africa
Jun 08, 2023 7:00PM—8:30PM
Categories Beverly Tipton Hammond, Front Page, Lectures/Events
Art can deepen our understanding of our shared narrative and anchor our knowledge of ourselves. Join distinguished historian James Stewart and artists from the group AHHA! (Artistry. Honesty. Healing. Action!) as they interpret American history through images of the Black experience. Black history is American history.
Beverly Tipton Hammond is an ordained minister, author, actress and visual artist. In this art talk she shares the powerful historical connection between African Women’s Head Dress and the hats worn today in the church by African American Women. The faith, the food, the music, the arts are all entwined in the story. The struggle and oppression during the years of enslavement continues today, but as an undercurrent of disdain. How has fashion empowered women to mobilize for racial justice and how do we find healing for ravaged souls?
June 8, 2023
Thursday, 7:00-8:30 PM
CLASS ID: BE11
Tuition: FREE with Registration ($20 Suggested Donation)