The Enterprise Collective is hosting a free community event to celebrate Women’s History Month at CUP Center located at 1071 Bedford Avenue in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 1 P.M. – 7 P.M., consisting of a table display of framed photo art in print, ranging in size up to 11 in x 14 in, by our featured art vendor Lisa Washington who received some art teachings recently from Master Artist Otto Neals.
The event line up begins at 1:00 P.M., with some networking and a free first-look tour of paintings of Michael Jackson on exhibit at the Sanctuary Gallery located on the Lexington Ave. entrance of the building, just around the corner.
Next is a film screening of Julie Dash’s provocative independent feature film, “Daughters of the Dust,” begins promptly at 2:00 P.M., following a conversation more mingling and entertainment by the greatly anticipated return of The Midnight Fire Blues Band, in full concert promptly at 4:00 P.M., No worries, you’ll have plenty of time to support and buy photo art from our local art vendor, eat soul food and network.
The Enterprise Collective is expecting an awesome turn-out due to the popularity of The Midnight Fire Blues Band. The Enterprise Collective extends the opportunity for you to participate in spreading the word. Share with family and friends. Bring a couple of guests along or send people to represent you in your absence, just in case you want to attend and can’t make it.
Also, towards the end of the program, the one who had arrived with the most guests and greatest support get to take home free stuff. You must be present. Finally, a limited supply of free treats and raffle will be at the art vendor’s display station.
Keep in mind, while admission and activities are free and open to the public, the photo art is available for sale for nominal prices when purchased as souvenirs from this event. Local visual artists rely on and appreciate your support for an amazing Women’s History Month. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718 789 7899