Celebrate Black Culture at Cleveland History Center’s History on Tap Event

Get ready for a fun and educational evening out with your spouse or friends at the Cleveland History Center! The CHC is celebrating black culture through art with History on Tap: A Celebration of Black Culture on Thursday, February 23, 2023 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

This year, the CHC is honoring the life and works of Allen E. Cole, a prominent figure in the black culture of Cleveland, Ohio. The event will showcase a talented lineup of artists, including fashion designer and sewing educator, Dru Christine, the incredible photography of Manny Wallace, Derin Fletcher, and Mychal Lilly, and the stunning work of Sankifa Arts. The Cleveland Photo Fest will also be displaying their remarkable collection.

MC DJ 8 Bit will get the party started at 5pm and there will be a variety of delicious small bites and drinks available for purchase. With interactive art stations, including an art therapy station run by Mickie McGraw Fellow Starr, this is an evening you won’t want to miss! Plus, you can support local artists by purchasing their works.

The event takes place at The Cleveland History Center located at 10825 East Blvd, Cleveland Ohio. Admission is free with paid museum admission and tickets can be purchased in advance at cletix.com. Pre-registration is not required but strongly encouraged.

Join us for a memorable and enriching evening out with your loved ones! For the latest information on this event, as well as other programs at the Cleveland History Center, visit www.wrhs.org/events.

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