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April 1 – Stephen Anglin produces the A-List party at the Hard Rock Cafe.

The evening features: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-fridays-springfest-at-hard-rock-4122-featuring-world-premier-band-tickets-296271254297

The Main Event: World Premier Band

Doors open at 8:30pm, show starts at 9pm (2 sets)

Hands down one of the top party bands in New England & beyond! World Premier Band incorporates musicians with endless imagination, they have a passion for music from the 90’s thru now with funk, dance, originals and R&B.

After Party: DJ Mystique (11pm – 2am)

DJ Mystique brings the late night butta all night long, an Old/New School party, remembering the 90’s, 2000’s & current day hits. HIP HOP, R&B, HOUSE CLASSICS, REGGAE, AFROBEATS, SLOW JAMS & MORE!!!

Hard Rock Cafe has a late night kitchen open until 11am

Make your table reservations ASAP, all are welcome, feel free to share this invite

**First Fridays $20 Discounted parking available from 5pm to 2:30am on Friday, April 1st only at Dock Sq. parking garage, attached to Hard Rock Cafe, 22 Clinton St., Boston, MA

Come in Early, have dinner anywhere in Faneuil Hall Marketplace or downtown Boston then dance the night away at First Fridays Springfest featuring World Premier Band on Friday 4/1. Save $22 (Regular cost is $42) by pre-purchasing $20 parking & use the barcode that will be sent via email to enter & depart the parking garage. For additional information call (617)943-0656.


Learn about NFT: Feb 24th thru April 23rd Boston’s First NFT Show


Access Zoom events by Professor Henry Louis Gates & and the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research

CRAFTS

March 24th, 2PM Artist Demo: Copper Enamel with Dawn Lombard Online Virtual Event

Jewelry artist Dawn Lombard’s work is on fire (literally)! Join us as she demonstrates her enamel techniques at 2PM ET on Thursday, March 24th.     How to Watch: This […

NFT

The NFT show will open on February 24, 2022 and run through April 23, 2022. Location 114 Newbury Street

New Horizons will showcase some of the top digital artists in the world including an NFT piece by show curator and Massachusetts native Alex Ness (NessGraphics). Other artists to exhibit for New Horizons are 3D artist from Detroit Billy Chitkin (Gernge), landscape digital artist from Italy Annibale Siconolfli, prolific and whimsical digital sculptor Sam Clover (Planttdaddii), mixed media artist from Berlin Archan Nair, Turkish artist in architecture Idil Dursun (Javinart), technology artist utilizing psychedelic themes from Minneapolis Bradley Munkowitz (GMUNK), digital and traditional artist Raf Grassetti, Emmy-award winning artist Raoul Marks, and contemporary 3D artist Ryan Talbot.

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PROFESSOR HENRY LOUIS GATES
lectures and panel talks. online zoom meets. most are free.

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March 25, 1:00pm. Alumni Fellows Reading with Belinda Edmondson, Creole Noise: Early Caribbean Dialect Literature and Performance | REGISTER

March 29, 4:00pm. Du Bois Lecture with Barbara McCaskill, Black Women’s Lives and Labors in Two Movements: The Georgia Fugitive Ellen Craft and Harlem’s Spectacular Carolyn Stanford Wilkins | REGISTER

March 30, 12:30pm. Colloquium with Adoulou N. Bitang, The Color of Technoscience: Transhumanism and The Question of Race | REGISTER

March 30, 7:00pm. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Andrew S. Curran, Who’s Black and Why?: A Hidden Chapter from the Eighteenth-Century Invention of Race | Museum of Science, Boston, MA – tickets required


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this event has ended, the exhibition goes on

Domenic Exposito, Friday, Jan 7th 6pm
Free art Reception
Piano Craft Factory
793 Tremont Street

this artist achieved national attention in 2018 through his massive opioid spoon sculptures placed in front of the headquarters of major pharmaceutical giants, making a statement on behalf of all those deeply affected by this national epidemic. He also founded the Opioid Spoon Project to help seek legal justice and bring voice to the destructive effects of opioid addiction on people from all walks of life

by Artist Domenic Esposito

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inside the ArtEmerson Cutler Majistic Theater

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Events to do and places to go

Middle Passage Port Marker

Middle Passage Port Marker installation. See the African American slave import Boston port of entry marker. It is a newly constructed memorial placed on the Boston Harbor Walk to acknowledge Boston’s role as a NorthEast port of entry of slaves. It recognizes the vital role that Africans and their descendants played in the development of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the United States of America. Location: Boston Harbor, Atlantic Avenue at


film: A BLACK BOSTON UPPER MIDDLE CLASS STORY

Watch the short film titled “GROUNDED, Black Professional Couples in Boston,” an Eastern Bank production, tells a story about African Americans who moved on up to executive pay income range and wield power and influence in town. view movie


artists in windows at Park st
by Allan Rohan Criter, artwork seen at Boston Anthenaeum