BPATH: Reflections on Blackness
Chattanooga’s Black professionals are invited to a celebration of Black artists from the Harlem Renaissance to today. This free bimonthly series is designed by and created for area Black professionals as a time for community, culture and connections.
This month’s event is inspired by the Harlem Renaissance and our current exhibit Memories & Inspiration. Guests are encouraged to come dressed in jazz age and Harlem Renaissance-inspired clothing.
There will be performances by saxophonist and multigenre artist Swayyvo, discussions led by BPATH committee members, a cash bar and treats from The Peach Cobbler Factory and Nola Girl’s Gumbo.
For questions, please contact Adera Causey (email@example.com).
ABOUT // The Hunter Museum’s African American Audience Development Committee invites Chattanooga’s African American professionals to BPATH. This bimonthly series offers exclusive museum access, an opportunity to explore art by African American artists, a chance to network and meet other professionals.
This event is sponsored by Tennessee Valley Credit Union, EPB, Coca-Cola Bottling United and Chambers Welding.
Memories & Inspiration: The Kerry and C. Betty Davis Collection of African American Art was organized and toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC.