Visual Artist Showcase Thursday, September 20, 7 pm Talle Bamazi, Shelbi Harris Roseboro, and Antoinette Savage will each share their art and creative processes followed by a Q&A. A sampling of their work will also be on display. Born in Kara, Togo, West Africa, Talle Bamazi is a visionary and painter with a mission to show the world that Africa means more than violence—it has a soul and a purpose. He uses his artistic gifts to educate, instruct, and instill value in the past, as the past dictates the future. Inspired by life, love, and community, Shelbi Harris-Roseboro’s artistic genesis lies in color and culture. She continues to push artistic boundaries through new mediums and creative collaboration. Antoinette Savage’s work is a collection of memories of the lives of her ancestors, designing dolls and wearable art with recycled fabric and found objects. She loves using bright, bold, “Kool-Aid”-colored fabric scraps as the signature palette of her artistic expression. Tickets on sale for $10.
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Earlier Event: September 20Near East Area Commission Planning Meeting
Later Event: September 27Bronzeville Growers Market: An Urban Farm Stand Experience for Adults and Youth