The Colorado Black Arts Festival brings the best of visual and performing arts to celebrate its 28th Annual Festival July 11-13, 2014 in historic Denver City Park West. This year's theme is “Expressions” which artistic creativity at all levels. Expressions can convey emotions or give us a glimpse of feelings or thoughts. Through the millenniums, mankind has used art for communication, display, personal expression, recording of history and for the preservation of rich cultural traditions. The Colorado Black Arts Festival’s goal is to unite and enlighten the entire Colorado community through an artistic compilation of visual presentations, music, dance, language, theatre, literature and food showcasing our unique style. Festival 2014 will offer a multi-media platform of the arts showcasing artists from the African diaspora.
Festival 2014 is poised to present a visual feast of color, movement and pageantry. Join us to hear the sounds from the African diaspora on three dynamic stages. Come see the Boogaloo Celebration Parade, Visual Arts Pavilion, Opalanga D Pugh Children’s Pavilion for Art and Learning, “Watu Sokoni”( People’s Marketplace), Drum and Drill Team Exhibition, Vintage Car Show and Art Garden. Returning this year,is a scavenger hunt to engage you in a fun cultural and educational adventure and dance in the streets with some of Denver’s hottest disc jockeys.
This green, affordable, and family oriented event that is free and open to the public.
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