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Mayor Bowser Presents The 6th Annual Chuck Brown Day VIRTUAL | Saturday, August 22nd from 8pm to 10pm
The 6th Annual Chuck Brown Day will be VIRTUAL.
We can’t be at Chuck Brown Park this year but we can be in your living room!
Hosted by GoGoRadio LIVE’s DJ Kool with performances by Suttle, EU Feat. Sugar Bear and The Chuck Brown Band.
Streaming and broadcast on Chuck’s birthday, Saturday August 22nd from 8pm to 10pm
and broadcast on TV on DC Channel 16!
The Colored Section : The Art of Zsudayka Nzinga & James Terrell RECEPTION
About this Event
JAMES STEPHEN TERRELL
James Terrell is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Northeast, Washington, DC. His paintings incorporate ideas of ancestry and identity alongside formal concerns of color and composition. Terrell holds a MFA in painting from Parsons School of Design and a BFA from Howard University. He has exhibited throughout Washington, DC for over 15 years, including at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum and the Howard University Gallery of Fine Art. He works as an art teacher in the DC Public Schools.
Zsudayka Nzinga is an acrylic artist from Denver, CO. her career as an artist. Her work is largely composed of messages regarding the experience of the black woman in america. Its aim is to start creating pieces that are definitive around the culture of “black”America as a tribe of new American African people. Zsudayka Nzinga’s work contains a lot of patterns and symbolism. The patterns are inspired by textile fabrics, Ankara and other culture fabric patterns and stained glass. There are often recurring images. She uses stained glass styled line work to communicate things are always in a state of change, coming together or moving apart but all are pieces that tell a story.
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