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           Support The Port Foundation, Inc & D.r.e.a.m.s. Presents: “Black History Matters” Art Exhibit

 His most recent project is off to a amazing start with lots of support from the Port City!!!

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Support The Port Foundation, Inc & D.r.e.a.m.s. Presents:

“Black History Matters”

Art Exhibit

(Wilmington, NC )February 2016 – What better way to celebrate black history month, than with a black art exhibit, focusing on black history, made by black artist, in a historical blacks only high school.  Well Support The Port Foundation, Inc has done just that with the help of D.R.E.A.M.S., Community in Schools, and Williston Middle School, and others with the Black History Matters Art Exhibit. The objective of “Black History Matters”, Art Exhibit will be to expose citizens in the community of Wilmington, NC to the history of African Americans through art.  The artwork will focus on African American leaders, Icons, moments, culture, events and more.  The artwork is on display at Williston Middle School, because Williston was originally the high school for African Americans before integration.  The art exhibit is open to the public Mon-Friday during school hours from Feb 1st to February 29th, 2016. Check in the office on your left before viewing the Art Exhibit in the library across the hall.

EVENT DETAILS:

  • What:Black History Matters; Art Exhibit

  • Host: Support The Port Foundation, Inc & D.R.E.A.M.S.

  • Dates: [February 1st to February 29th, 2016 ]

  • Time: School hours only 7:30am – 4:00pm

  • Location: Williston MIddle School

EVENT TARGET DEMOGRAPHICS: Citizens of all ages and backgrounds in Wilmington, and surrounding areas.

Connect With Support The Port

Twitter|IG: @SupportThePort

Hashtag: #SupportThePort #BlackHistoryMatters #BlackArtMatters

www.SupportThePort.com

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