Art That Reflects: Black History Month
February is Black History Month, and the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre is celebrating by offering “Art That Reflects,” a series of virtual performances that pay tribute to the diversity and artistry of African American culture. Offering an outstanding lineup that includes storytelling and theater, as well as vocal, music and dance, the series will be available for free streaming on the Renaissance Centre website and Facebook and YouTube pages.
The Renaissance Centre will release an encore presentation of the Storytime Online stories, "Sing a Song" and "Sulwe." Stories feature Wake Forest Commissioner, Bridget Wall-Lennon and local actress, vocalist and dancer, Aya Wallace.
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