Snug Harbor will showcase an exhibition of African masks and drums from the collection of William Givens. This celebration of Black History Month will include lectures by Dr. Reverend Tony Baker Sr. Pastor, musical programs including The Inspirational Choir from St. Philip’s Baptist Church, guided tours, and Southern American and Caribbean food.
The Inspirational Choir of St. Philips Baptist Church with 30 voices singing loud and strong in celebration of Black History Month will be performing from 3pm to 4pm at Snug Harbor in Main Hall Building C.
The food, which will be sold prior to the performance, will be catered from Ian Senior’s restaurant and Bigga’s Caribbean & American Restaurant.
The African Mask Collection will be on exhibit from February 5 – March 1 in Main Hall Building C.
Cost: Admission fees, which include access to Main Hall, Building C and the Newhouse Center for the Arts are $3.00 for adult, $2.00 for students, seniors & members.
For more info: Contact the visual arts department at (718) 448-2500 x554.
Date and Time : Sunday, February 15, 2009; 2pm.
Venue : 1000 Richmond Terrace, Building C.