Rep. Elijah Cummings.
March 12, 2021
Join our virtual film club to examine the Black image in genre film and discover the gems cemented in Black culture. Starting in 2019, Isabella Price (curator/host) navigated us through the horror genre and put quarantined audiences in front of Tony Todd (Candyman), Rachel True (One-on-One, The Craft), Tananarive Due (Horror Noire), and more brilliant guests. Movies are screened at home via personal collection, streaming subscription, public library, or free online and followed by an interview with industry insiders. Questions can be submitted for our guests when you register on Zoom!
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Our highly-raved artist showcase ‘LANGSTON: Celebrating Black Brilliance in Dance, Spoken Word, and Music’ hit virtual audiences like a tonne of bricks yet left us light as a feather. This powerhouse line-up includes performances from Owuor & Ashe Arunga,Tiffany Wilson, powerhouse poets Carlynn Newhouse and Rell Be Free, and a stirring presentation from NorthWest Tap Connection.
The man for which the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) was named and where we carry out the majority of our work, is our constant inspiration. LANGSTON is dedicated to cultivating and showcasing Black brilliance in our community.