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It's Week Two of the Celebration of Black Arts Festival —get all the event details inside!
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Are you ready for CBA34 Week Two?!?


CBA34 has been a blast so far! We've enjoyed seeing some of you in the gallery, and want to see even more of you sometime very soon!

Even if you missed Week One's events, there's still lots of black art to celebrate, and plenty of time for you to get plugged in. 

With no further ado, here's information about our second week of events:
WRITING WORKSHOP SERIES:
MANUSCRIPT REVIEW WORKSHOP

WITH MAX RODRIGUEZ & LEFT LANE BOOKS
SATURDAY, JULY 14TH @ 1—4PM
ART SANCTUARY GALLERY (628 S 16TH ST)
RSVP HERE

Join us for a manuscript review workshop with Max Rodriguez & Left Lane Books!

One week before the Harlem Book Fair, its founder, Max Rodriguez, will work with authors in various stages of their writing to review and develop their works towards a final manuscript. He will read finished manuscripts for publication.

On registration, please indicate whether yours is a work-in-progress or a finished manuscript. Seating is limited for this one-of-a-kind individualized manuscript workshop.

***Reserve your spot HERE

Next Series Dates:

Wednesday, July 25, 6-8pm with Roy McFarlane

Thursday, July 26, 5:30– 9pm with Roy McFarlane and Jos Duncan

RSVP HERE
BLACK DANCE WORKSHOP
SUNDAY, JULY 15TH @ 4—7PM
ART SANCTUARY GALLERY (628 S 16TH ST)

Get your groove on with a culturally-centered Dance Workshops from some of Philly’s most popular dance instructors, India, Ricky + Sophiann!.

***Reserve your spot HERE.
 

Next Series Dates:

Thursday July 19, 6 — 8pm

RSVP HERE
RON ST. CLAIR'S
DO YOU HEAR WHAT I SEE? 
NOW THROUGH JULY 31ST
ART SANCTUARY GALLERY (628 S 16TH ST)

The centerpiece of the 34th Celebration of Black Arts Festival is the month-long exhibition "Do You Hear What I See?", featuring rarely seen photographs of black music icons from by photographer Ron St. Clair.

The showcase will include several candid photos of some of the most influential musicians in the 20th century, including Berry Gordon, Duke Ellington, Harry Belafonte, Patti LaBelle, just to name a few; and each piece will be available to purchase throughout the duration of the exhibition.

NEW DATE: MUSIC WRITING WORKSHOP
WITH CARVIN G. HAGGINS
MONDAY, JULY 16TH @ 7—9PM
ART SANCTUARY GALLERY (628 S 16TH ST)
SEE BELOW

Philly is a great music town, and Art Sanctuary is honored to celebrate and contribute to this musical legacy.

If you are too, come tune up with a Music Writing Workshop with one of the city's best-known songwriters and producers, Carvin G. Haggins!

***Unlike some of our workshop series for CBA34, this is a one-time event, so reserve your spot HERE

Monday, July 16, 7 - 9pm - Tune up with a Music Writing Workshop

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DON'T MISS A THING!

For every event in CBA34, check out our Festival At-a-Glance

For day-by-day CBA34 announcements, follow @ArtSancPhilly on Instagram and Twitter, check out Art Sanctuary on Facebook, and follow the hashtag #CBA34.  

For more information on the festival please, please visit our website!


We hope to see you soon! 

SEE THE FULL SCHEDULE HERE
Art Sanctuary uses the power of black art to transform individuals, create and build community and foster cultural understanding.

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