Join Us for the Annual Black Art Brunch - Juneteenth Celebration
Juneteenth marks an important moment in American history, June 19, 1865, when the enslaved in Galveston, Texas first learned of their freedom, two and a half years after the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation. Thus began the Juneteenth celebration, which has grown to acknowledge the importance of education, achievement, community and freedom. Today, the June 19th celebration of African American freedom and togetherness is considered an official holiday in most states.
Guest that attend the Black Arts Brunch will enjoy an afternoon of music, artworks by local Black Artist, live performances, and much more!
Tickets to the Black Art Brunch range between $25 - $50.
Proceeds benefit Noir Infusion Arts Projects exhibitions, events, and culture-based education programs and enable the preservation and development works for artist. Guest will enjoy an afternoon of music, artworks by local Black Artist, live performances, and great raffle prizes!
Vendor Opportunities CLOSED
***SPACE IS LIMITED***
All Guest MUST be 21 + old to attend.
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