Sacramento Event: Black History Month Celebration at The Crocker Art Museum
The Crocker is proud to host Sacramento’s largest Black History Month event! The richness of the African American experience comes to life through live performances, art activities, film shorts, mini-talks, and the return of The Black & Beautiful Artisans Marketplace. Participants include Thrive Choir, The BlyueRose Dance Project, Julian Dixon and his Tuba Time Tunnel, storyteller Diane Ferlatte, author Dr. HalifuOsumare, playwright Ginger Rutland, and a special presentation of Deborah Pittman’s Small Shoulders/Big Dreams II.
In addition, there will be a unique opportunity to experience Sacramento Regional Transit’s “Rosa Parks bus,” and a Nappy Hair Live Exhibition curated by Sacred Crowns Hair Salon. At 3 PM, immediately following the festival, join us for a special screening presented by CineSoul - Sacramento Black Film Festival.
The Museum is open and free from 10 AM - 5 PM.
Date & Time
February 17, 2019
11:00AM - 3:00PM