The Dream @ 50

K-12 students commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech through art.
Event detail

Students in the San Francisco Bay area were invited to create artwork inspired by a word or phrase from Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech.  A jury of distinguished judges from SFMOMA, the Oakland Museum, Museum of the African Diaspora/MOAD, and others selected a winner and two runner-ups in the Elementary, Middle, and High School categories, as well as an over-all Grand Prize winner.  Come see beautiful examples of the young artists' works on display at the Main Library Children's Center from February 5 to March 31st, 2013.

Produced by Karz Productions, the San Francisco/Bay Area The Dream @ 50 art contest is sponsored by Target, along with co-presenters including the San Francisco Unified School District, the Alameda County Office of Education, CBS Outdoor, the Children's Creativity Museum, Oakland Public Library, the Museum of the African Diaspora/MOAD, the San Francisco Arts Commission, and the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society.


Grafton Tyler Brown: African-American Lithographer
星期六, 2015年12月5日, 10:30 am
Main 總圖書館, Latino/Hispanic 會議室 A 和 B
International Black Women's Film Festival
星期日, 2015年12月6日, 1:00 pm
Main 總圖書館, Koret 禮堂
星期日, 2015年12月27日, 1:00 pm
Main 總圖書館, Koret 禮堂