Diaspora Sessions Hosts Inaugural Annual Fundraiser for San Francisco Bay Area Black Artist Communities
A Celebration of Black Art through an immersion of music, visual art, dance and food
By: Diaspora Sessions
Diaspora Sessions: The Sacred Turn Up seeks to preserve and present the musical art forms, dance and artistic disciplines within the African Diaspora through education, media and live performance. This unique event will feature numerous San Francisco Bay Area artists, including Grammy™ Award Winning Pianist and Composer, Tammy L. Hall, acclaimed Musician, Visual Artist and Educator, Cava Menzies, award-winning, Jazz and Blues Vocalist, Tiffany Austin, acclaimed Multi-disciplinary Artist, Kenya Moses and more.
"We seek to create spaces where Black people feel co-ownership in the artistic spaces in which we perform and inhabit," said Diaspora Sessions Co-Founder, Tiffany Austin. "A space where black culture is not treated as a spectacle but as a cultural milieu, to be engaged with genuine curiosity and respect."
Attendees of The Sacred Turn Up will indulge in delicious cuisine, signature libations, engaging conversation, with awe inspiring music, dance and visual art.
This event has partnered with Zoo Labs, Ciel Creative Space and fiscally sponsored by Intermusic SF.
"Art from the Black Diaspora is most often experienced through a lens outside of its origination"
To attend Diaspora Sessions: The Sacred Turn Up, make a contribution or inquire about becoming a sponsor, interested parties can visit the Diaspora Sessions website at www.diasporasessions.com.
About Diaspora Sessions
Diaspora Sessions' Mission is to create safe, Black-centered spaces where interdisciplinary art of the diaspora (music, dance, visual art, etc.) is culturally contextualized, explored and immersive experienced.
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