Donnell Rawlings is an overnight success a decade in the making. You’ve seen him on Comedy Central’s award winning and critically celebrated Chappelle’s Show as ‘Ashy Larry’, the 70’s jheri curled ‘Beautiful’, and numerous other characters he’s played. Donnell is the franchise player Dave Chappelle and Neal Brennan wanted as a writer and prime time player on their team.
We will taste through a range of Portugese wines, both still red and white and Ports as well. Here is a chance to taste some of the most interesting wines coming out of Europe today. As usual, it will be fun and informative!
This performance will be in-the-round, with Jon Batiste performing in the center of the venue. Reserve Seated floor, Balcony Cabaret Seats, and on-stage tables. General Admission is Standing Room Only behind the seats. Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
Hip Hop Yoga: The ReMIXX will feature all the fave throwbacks. Find your rhythm with the help of glow sticks and body paint!
Join Dr. Auburn Ellis for this Hipyasa flow as we kick it to old school! Black lights will guide the way through this power hour. We'll have the glow in the dark paint and the glow bar with all the accessories you'll need! You just bring a mat and the funk!
Join Cass Creative Cutz and Black Space Black Art Artists Warren ‘Stylez’ Harvey, Lynell Diggs and Harold Smith in a reception to celebrate their work! All art is available for purchase! ALSO, The artists will create LIVE ART at the reception as they visit with you! You don’t want to miss this!
Join us for Coffee Talk in the KCAC galleries every Second Saturday of the month!
Artists come join in your local arts community and discuss relevant and important pre-designated topics of interest with a guest moderator. Each month we will moderate discussions on various art world topics. These dialogues can help inspire your creative path and foster a creative community outside of your studio practice.
From the removal of a statue of King George III in New York in 1776 to today’s removal of Confederate statues and monuments, the United States has had a long history of “reckoning” with memorials, monuments, and other forms of public art deemed oppressive, shameful, hateful, or simply “out of sync” with present day values and ideals. Erika Doss, professor of American studies at the University of Notre Dame, traces how, why, and when Americans target public art, and the dilemmas of dissent and historical accountability in public culture.
Learn to bellydance in an inclusive, beginner friendly setting with Heidi Overton! Bellydance is a non-impact, weight-bearing exercise suitable for all ages and body types. It helps improve flexibility and memory, aids in digestion, and positively impacts your body, mind, and spirit in many other ways. Join us for this gentle and fun way to incorporate movement (and laughter) into your life!
The Shee Group Presents: The Women Empowerment Brunch & Panel Discussion! The vision for The Women Empowerment Brunch has been one brewing for so long and we thought it was time to give birth to it! What better time than during Women History Month. The Theme for 2018 is Nevertheless She Persisted... Yes She Did! This Elite Event for all women. An inspiring experience. Be ready to locate the inner you and "Fall in Love" with her all over again. Who is Shee?
Your Vision | Your Dreams | Your Goals
We are pleased to announce that our guest speaker will be Yandy Smith-Harris! She is known as a Media Mogul, Entrepreneur, & TV Personality, Founder of Everything Girls Love, and one of the creators of the well watched TV Show Love & Hip-Hop!
Generation Rap is black teen radio talk show on Hot 103 Jamz every Saturday at 8am. KC high school teens choose their own topics, produce the show, host the show, and discuss the topic live and openly on KPRS to facilitate entry into higher education and a sometimes unwelcoming adult world. Each topic must be accompanied by a professional in the field or someone very knowledgeable about the subject matter. Tune in to support every Saturday or follow them @GenerationRap on Instagram and Twitter
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