An exhibit of works by local artist William Rhodes featuring several pieces created using reclaimed materials, such as wood and glass, deeply informed by the theme of water and its relationship with people of the African Diaspora.
Mr. Rhodes’ artistic aesthetic has been informed by his travels to African and non-Western countries. The people, art, and cultures of these societies have inspired Mr. Rhodes to consider non-Western approaches to furniture and art, and to create utilitarian objects that are works of art.
- Black History Month Scavenger Hunt
- Miércoles 22 de Febrero de 2017, 8:00 amBayview, Bayview: Área Principal
- Movie Night: Selma
- Miércoles 22 de Febrero de 2017, 5:30 pmPotrero, Potrero: Sala de Reuniones
- Family Movie Night: Wiz Live!
- Miércoles 22 de Febrero de 2017, 6:00 pmRichmond, Richmond: Sala de Reuniones
- Celebrating the diverse and beautiful world of Ashley Bryan
- Hasta Martes 28 de Febrero de 2017Biblioteca Central, Centro de Niños
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