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EXHIBITION:"Posing Modernity: The Black Male Model from Matisse and Manet to Today," curated by Dr. Denise Murrell, Ph D.

The New York Times critic's review reads: “Posing Modernity: The Black Model From Manet and Matisse to Today” sows disruption on another more nuanced front ... At every point, black models pose, or raise, the question of modernity: what is it, who makes it, who is it for?...and on and on.
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Boston Haitian Community Events & Resource Contacts contributed by Artist and Educator Rhea Dunn

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Broadway Theaters in Boston

ArtsEmerson
617.824.8400

A.R.T. American Repertory Theater
617.266.0800

The LOEB Drama Center
617.547.8300

Company One
617.292.7110

Hibernian Hall
617.541.3900

Huntington Theatre Company
617.266.0800

MASS MOCA
413.662.2111

Origination AFRICAN Dance
617.522.3900

Shubert Theater Boch Center
866.348.9738

Tony Williams Urban Nutcracker
617.524.3066

Black Museums and Art Galleries

National Black Doll Museum, Mansfield, MA
(774) 284-4729

www.nbdmhc.org

The National Black Doll Museum of History and Culture sponsored by the Doll E. Daze Project & Museum Inc., opened its doors in historic downtown Mansfield, Mass July of 2012. The museum celebrates black history through the eyes of a doll collector. Location: 288 N Main St, Mansfield, MA 02048.
The Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA)

Under the directorship of Edmund Barry Gaither NCAAA fosters and presents the finest in contemporary, visual and performing arts from the global Black world. Visitors info: 300 Walnut Avenue, Boston, MA 02119, (617) 442-8614. Hours Tuesday-Sunday 1:00 pm-5:00 pm.


COOPER GALLERY
617-496-5777


African and Afro-American art, lecture topics, exhbitions

The Ethelbert Cooper Gallery for African and African American Art is directed by Henry Louis Gates, author, professor and host of the popular PBS Network TV shows "Finding your Roots," and "Africa's Civilization, " gallery activities are free and open to the general public. View contemporary and historical exhibitions and installations of African and African American art. Attend lectures presented by guest curators, faculty, artists, students, and distinguished visiting scholars. Hours Tu-Sat 10am - 5pm, Harvard Sq, Mt Auburn Street Cambridge, MA.
Museum of African American History
The African Meeting House

www.maah.org Beacon Hill
(617) 725-0022

Museum of African Amerian History in Boston
Visit MAAH, a landmark site maintained by the National Park Service and experience its restored African Meeting House church. The Abiel Smith School is there. Its located on Beacon Hill a neighborhood that was the heart of 19th-century Black Boston in 1855. You can walk into the nation's oldest public school for African American children and learn from exhibit galleries, educational programs, a museum store and more. There is also a site on Cape Cod's Nantucket Island.

Massachusetts Historical Society
www.masshist.org

The MHS collections are particularly well-known for extensive holdings of personal papers from three presidents: John Adams, John Quincy Adams, and Thomas Jefferson. The collections contain many famous documents including Paul Revere's own account of his famous ride. In 1854, the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society sponsored a Fourth of July rally in Framingham, Mass. Noted abolitionists, including William Lloyd Garrison, Sojourner Truth, and Henry David Thoreau, addressed the crowd. Garrison burned copies of the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law and the U.S. Constitution, which he called "a covenant with death and an agreement with hell."

Black New England Heritage Trail
www.blackheritagetrailnh.org

Telling New Hampshire’s forgotten stories, BHTNH covers the docks of Portsmouth, where merchants engaged in the trans-Atlantic slave trade unloaded their cargo, to the northern border with Canada where many escaping captives found their first moment of freedom and more. For more than 300 years, the lives of African people and their descendants have been a part of New Hampshire’s history. The Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire works to open hearts and minds for a deeper understanding of who we are as a collective and to recognize that we share a uniquely American heritage.

calling all poets

POETRY

Poet in Chief
The City of Boston opened a search for the next POET LAUREATE. A distinguished group of literary professionals has been gathered to act as a search committee. The Laureate Selection Panel will evaluate all entries and hold interviews with the final candidates. The City will announce the new Poet Laureate in December 2018, with a term to begin in January of 2019. In the photo, Writer and Poet Danielle Legros Georges.

Black Boston Poet Laureate is Haitian
Danielle Legros Georges is a professor in the Creative Arts and Learning Division at Lesley University. Her areas of academic interest include arts and education, contemporary American poetry, African-American poetry, Caribbean literature and studies, and literary translation.



Lizard Lounge Poetry Slam - Every Sunday.
Doors open at 7:30pm with a poetry slam. The Lizard Lounge club and bar, 1667 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square, Cambridge.
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MEDIA - Television and Black Museums


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Blacks on TV
BLACK BOSTON TV offers local, and regional programming choices. The WGBH Basic Black series show is the longest running public affairs television program in Boston. BNN-TV Channel 23 is Boston's Public Access tv station offering a full slate of programming by people of color.
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The Museum of Afro-American History on Beacon Hill offers guided tours while exhibiting Colonial African American life in Boston.
The Robert Gould Shaw and U.S. 54th Regiment Memorial nearby has Civil War figures of Shaw and his decorated posse.

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