Friday, July 8, 2016

Exhibition Events: “Shades of Past, Colors of Present: Preserving Caribbean Cultural Heritage in New Jersey” a six-month project from Friday, July 8, 2016 through Friday, December 30, 2016 and beyond at the Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center — Millville, NJ USA

“Shades of Past, Colors of Present: Preserving Caribbean Cultural Heritage”
July 8-December 30, 2016 at Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center
Exhibition Events: “Shades of Past, Colors of Present: Preserving Caribbean Cultural Heritage in New Jersey” a six-month project from Friday, July 8, 2016 through Friday, December 30, 2016 and beyond at the Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center — Millville, NJ USA; Event Details - Location: 1501 Glasstown Road, Millville, NJ 08332, USA; Tel: (856) 825-6800; Email: mail@wheatonarts.org.
Event Description: Preserving Caribbean Cultural Heritage in New Jersey - This exciting six-month project will celebrate Caribbean visual arts, music and dance through exhibitions at numerous South Jersey locations, educational programs, a conference and a Festival at WheatonArts. Program partners include the Cumberland County Cultural and Heritage Commission, Cumberland County College and Rowan College of Gloucester County.”

Exhibitions 2016: Caribbean Carnival: Tradition of Artistry, Visions of Change-WheatonArts, July 8 thru November 27; SANKOFA: Reflections on Cultural Heritage and Shared Humanity-WheatonArts, July 8 thru August 14, The Gallery Of Fine Craft Exhibit; Between Worlds – In a World-Rowan College at Gloucester County, September 8 thru October 28; Dance in the Caribbean: Cultures and Traditions-Cumberland County Community College, Art Gallery, September 15 thru October 31; Oil-Down - (A Recipe for) Uniqueness Born from Differences-Cumberland County Community College, Clay College, December 1 thru January 16, 2017; An Epistle of Resilience - Traveling Exhibition that will be featured at local libraries throughout Cumberland County-Dates to be announced in Summer & Fall, 2016.”

Workshops/Classes/Demos Fall 2016: Mask making – Clay instrument making – Storytelling – Drumming – Dancing – Gourd Painting – Coconut and Bamboo Carving; Conference - Caribbean Communities and Cultures: Preservation and Adaptation-
WheatonArts, October 28; Festival Day at WheatonArts - Caribbean Cultural Heritage: Day of Celebration! Join us to celebrate music, dance and visual arts that represent the many faces of the Caribbean cultural heritage, September 17 ...”
Read more: Wheaton Arts-Caribbean Cultural Heritage and Wheaton Arts-Facebook
For further information: Wheaton Arts-Caribbean Cultural Heritage and Wheaton Arts-Facebook.

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