2018 Black Arts and Film Festival will once again provide the experiences of Art, Culture and Heritage.
FRIDAY OPENING RECEPTION: The festival opens on Friday at Studio @620 with “Dancing Like Home”, directed by Joyce Guy. There will be a meet and greet with the film maker and many other artists
who will participate in the street festival on Saturday. Opening at 620 1st Avenue So, Friday, February 23, 6 – 8PM | $10.
On Saturday, February 24th Gallerie 909 hosts the 2nd Annual Visual Arts festival showcasing work by over 40 local and national artists, reflecting art from the African diaspora. This festival will take place from 11AM – 6PM on 22nd Street between 9th and 11th Avenue South. Also expect to experience more African Drumming and dancing will be added for this fun, family festive festival. Lots of kids activities.
There’s also a scheduled guided tour of the African American Heritage Trail on Saturday at 10AM | $5 donation - arrive at 9:45AM and tour begins at 10AM. Meeting in front of the The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum.
There will be movies showing at the Historic Royal Theater throughout the day $2 donation for each or a day pass can be purchased.
Free books for givaway donated by Keep St. Pete Lit during the Festival for our young people.
For more information, call 727-565-3930.