Thursday, October 15, 2020

CommUNITY Art Event - Oct 17

The Franklin Social & Racial Justice Committee & MA Student Art Initiative are scheduling a BIPOC CommUNITY Art Event on Saturday, October 17, 2020 from 4 PM - 6 PM at 67 Degrees Brewery, 158 Grove Street, Franklin.

This commUNITY event was created to amplify the work and voices of Black Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) artists of all ages within Franklin to raise racial justice awareness and solidarity. 
The event will take place at 67 Degrees Brewery (a venue which often hosts community art exhibits) and will be hosted by Jamele Adams, a spoken word performer. Here is one of his performances from this summer 
"Who Shot You . . ."

Some Franklin High School students created the MA Student Art Initiative to support and showcase artists of color and will displaying their work - painting, sketches, photography and ceramics as well as some musical performance.

There will be a variety of community folks in attendance including elected officials and all are invited up to the proper amount of patrons per COVID protocols. 




CommUNITY Art Event - Oct 17
 CommUNITY Art Event - Oct 17


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