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Black Lives Matter traveling exhibit

  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax 2709 Hunter Mill Road Oakton, VA, 22124 United States (map)

Commemorating 50 Years Since the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
"Creativity Takes Courage." - Henri Matisse

UUCF ARTspeaks is honored to host a traveling arts exhibit opening on March 23 at 7 p.m. The art is themed "Black Lives Matter" and was created by artists in the Richmond area. The works, varied in style, encompass a range of moving and deep emotional experiences. 

Additionally, DC-area musicians will contribute their talents to this evening art opening.
All are welcome.

Opening night tickets: $10/individual; $25/family max. All proceeds benefit Black Lives Matter. This is a tremendous opportunity to support this movement and witness stories and music.

This project has been underwritten by the UUCF Social Justice Council and UUCF Racial Justice Steering Committee. 

Johannah is honored to have two pieces included in this special event.

Earlier Event: March 23
10th Annual READ Art Show & Sale