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"Season of Black Art" & San Francisco Black Film Festival Celebrate Black Film & Theatre December 9
African American Arts and Cultural Complex (AAACC) is home for over 200 emerging and unsung artists launched in the new arts series, "Season of Black Art" (SOBA). SF Black Film Fest Celebrating 25 years joins in the recognition of emerging talent.
By: Wright Enterprises, www.wrightnow.biz
CELEBRATING BLACK FILM & THEATRE
THIRD EVENT OF THE SERIES
FACTS At A Glance
The African American Arts and Cultural Complex is the home from which over 200 emerging and unsung artists launched a new arts series, "The Season of Black Art (SOBA),"on Sunday October 29th. "Season of Black Art" continues monthly events through February 2024.
The African American Arts and Cultural Complex is co-directed by sisters Melorra Green and Melonie Green, affectionately known as "The Twins."
"Season of Black Art," is directed by San Francisco native, Rodney Earl Jackson Jr., who co-founded the award-winning production company, SFBATCO, San Francisco Bay Area Theater Company, known for creating new art and cultural collaborations like "The New Roots Theater Festival, founded by Jackson.
The purpose of the series is to give an elevated platform to uplift unsung artists whose art otherwise would have been overlooked had it not been for Mayor London Breed's visionary creation of the Dream Keepers Initiative.
Christopher Burch AKA Goya Goon is the creator of the iconic "Season of Black Art" image.
On Saturday, December 9, 6-10 p.m., the public is invited to join Rodney Earl Jackson Jr., Director of "The Season of Black Art (SOBA) ; Melorra Green and Melonie Green, Executive Directors of AAACC; Cree Ray, third-generation Executive Director of the San Francisco Black Film Festival;filmmakers and theatrical performers as "Season of Black Art" Celebrates Black Film & Theatre: EXPRESS YOURSELF.
Artists who have been among the cohort of incubated individuals and grassroots arts organizations at the AAACC will present their art to the Black community, all communities of San Francisco and the world during the five-month series to further expand their reach and artistic prowess. The universal appeal of art and its power of healing benefits all peoples.
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Page Updated Last on: Dec 08, 2023