Co-Produced by RIVAA/Curated by Lorraine Williams

LAST CHANCE, 1619 Project Black History Month, Gallery RIVAA

LAST CHANCE, 1619 Project Black History Month, Gallery RIVAA

Details remain skimpy, but RIVAA and RIOC invite you to an artful recognition of Black History in the gallery at 527 Main Street on February 8th. A public reception runs from 5:00 to 8:00 on opening night.

The 1619 Project: Still Marginalized runs until March 1st. Curated again, this year, by Roosevelt Islander Lorraine Williams.

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